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2 This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language without express prior written consent of Raritan, Inc. Copyright 2007 Raritan, Inc., CommandCenter, Dominion, Paragon and the Raritan company logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Raritan Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Internet Explorer is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Netscape and Netscape Navigator are registered trademarks of Netscape Communication Corporation. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders. FCC Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a commercial installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential environment may cause harmful interference. VCCI Information (Japan) Raritan is not responsible for damage to this product resulting from accident, disaster, misuse, abuse, non-raritan modification of the product, or other events outside of Raritan's reasonable control or not arising under normal operating conditions.
3 Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Dominion KX II Overview... 2 Virtual Media... 3 Product Photos... 3 Product Features... 4 Hardware... 4 Software... 5 Terminology... 6 Package Contents... 7 User Guide... 7 Organization of Information... 8 Related Documentation... 9 Chapter 2 Getting Started 10 Login Information Default IP Address Supported Operating Systems (Clients) Supported Browsers Supported Operating Systems and CIMs (Target Servers) D2CIM-USB G2 Note Chapter 3 Installation and Configuration 14 Overview Step 1: Configure Target Servers Supported Video Resolutions Desktop Background Mouse Settings Operating System Mouse and Video Settings Windows XP / Windows 2003 Settings Windows 2000 Settings Windows Vista Linux Settings (Red Hat 9) Linux Settings (Red Hat 4) SUSE Linux 10.1 Settings Make Linux Settings Permanent Sun Solaris Settings iii
4 Contents IBM AIX 5.3 Settings Make UNIX Settings Permanent Apple Macintosh Settings Step 2 (Optional): Configure Keyboard Language Change the Keyboard Layout Code (Sun Targets) Step 3: Configure Network Firewall Settings Step 4: Connect the Equipment AC Power Network Ports Local Access Port (local PC) Target Server Ports Step 5: Dominion KX II Initial Configuration Changing the Default Password Valid Special Characters Assigning an IP Address Naming Target Servers Specifying Power Supply Auto-detection Note to CC-SG Users Remote Authentication Note to CC-SG Users Supported Protocols Note on Microsoft Active Directory Authentication vs. Authorization Users, Groups, and Access Permissions Users Groups Relationship between Users and Groups Chapter 4 Connecting to the Dominion KX II 40 User Interfaces KX II Local Console: KX II Devices Dominion KX II Remote Console: Dominion KX II Devices Multi-Platform Client (MPC): KX I and Dominion KX II Devices Raritan Remote Client (RRC): KX I Devices Only Language Support Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Launching the Dominion KX II Dominion KX II Console Layout Dominion KX II Console Navigation Logging Out Dominion KX II Console Menu Tree Managing Favorites Manage Favorites Menu Favorites List Discover Devices - Local Subnet iv
5 Contents Discover Devices - KX Subnet Add New Favorite Chapter 5 Accessing Target Servers 57 Port Access Page Connecting to a Target Server Port Action Menu Switching between Target Servers Disconnecting Target Servers Power Controlling a Target Server Power Cycle a Target Server Power On a Target Server Power Off a Target Server Chapter 6 Virtual KVM Client 64 Overview Options Menu Tree Toolbar Mouse Pointer Synchronization Mouse Synchronization Tips Connection Menu Properties Dialog Connection Info Exit Keyboard Menu Send Ctrl+Alt+Delete Keyboard Macros Creating a Keyboard Macro Running a Keyboard Macro Modifying a Keyboard Macro Removing a Keyboard Macro Video Menu Refresh Screen Auto-sense Video Settings Calibrate Color Video Settings Mouse Menu Synchronize Mouse Single Mouse Cursor Standard Intelligent Absolute v
6 Contents Virtual Media Tools Menu Options View Menu View Toolbar Scaling Target Screen Resolution Help Menu About Raritan Virtual KVM Client Chapter 7 Virtual Media 87 Overview Prerequisites for Using Virtual Media Using Virtual Media Opening a KVM Session Connecting to Virtual Media Local Drives Conditions when Read-Write is not Available CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/ISO Images Disconnecting Virtual Media File Server Setup (File Server ISO Images Only) Chapter 8 User Management 98 User Management Menu User List Add New User Modify Existing User User Group List Add New User Group Setting Permissions Setting Port Permissions Group-based IP ACL (Access Control List) Modify Existing User Group Set Permissions for Individual Group Change Password Authentication Settings Implementing LDAP Remote Authentication Returning User Group Information from Active Directory Server Implementing RADIUS Remote Authentication Returning User Group Information via RADIUS RADIUS Communication Exchange Specifications vi
7 Contents Chapter 9 Device Management 121 Device Management Menu Network Settings Network Basic Settings Network Miscellaneous Settings LAN Interface Settings Date/Time Settings Event Management Event Management - Settings SNMP Configuration Syslog Configuration Event Management - Destinations SNMP Agent Configuration SNMP Trap Configuration Power Supply Setup Page Port Configuration Page Power Control Connect the Power Strip Name the Power Strip (Port Page for Power Strips) Associate Target Servers to Outlets (Port Page) Note for D2CIM-VUSB CIM Usage Chapter 10 Security Settings 146 Security Settings Menu Security Settings Login Limitations Strong Passwords User Blocking Encryption & Share Checking Your Browser for AES Encryption vii
8 Contents IP Access Control Chapter 11 Maintenance 156 Maintenance Menu Maintenance Features (Local/Remote Console) Audit Log Device Information Backup and Restore CIM Upgrade Firmware Upgrade Upgrade Report Reboot Chapter 12 Diagnostics 167 Diagnostics Menu Network Interface Page Network Statistics Page Ping Host Page Trace Route to Host Page KX Diagnostics Chapter 13 KX II Local Console 176 KX II Local Console Physical Connections Reset Button Starting the KX II Local Console Simultaneous Users Security and Authentication KX II Local Console Interface Available Resolutions Accessing Target Servers Server Display Hotkeys Accessing a Target Server Returning to the KX II Local Console Interface Local Port Administration Local Port Settings (KX II Local Console Only) Factory Reset (KX II Local Console Only) viii
9 Contents Chapter 14 CC Unmanage 187 Overview Removing Dominion KX II from CC-SG Management Appendix A Specifications 190 Environmental Requirements Physical Specifications Electrical Specifications Computer Interface Modules (CIMs) Remote Connection KVM Properties TCP and UDP Ports Used Target Server Connection Distance and Video Resolution Network Speed Settings Appendix B Updating the LDAP Schema 197 Returning User Group Information From LDAP From Microsoft Active Directory Setting the Registry to Permit Write Operations to the Schema Creating a New Attribute Adding Attributes to the Class Updating the Schema Cache Editing rciusergroup Attributes for User Members Appendix C Informational Notes 205 Overview Non-US Keyboards French Keyboard Caret Symbol (Linux Clients only) Accent Symbol (Windows XP Clients only) Numeric Keypad Tilde Symbol Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Keyboard Language Preference (Fedora Linux Clients) ix
10 Contents Macintosh Keyboard Mouse Pointer Synchronization (Fedora) Resolving Fedora Core Focus SUSE/VESA Video Modes CIMs Windows 3-Button Mouse on Linux Targets Virtual Media Dell OpTiplex and Dimension Computers Virtual Media not Refreshed after Files Added Target BIOS Boot Time with Virtual Media CC-SG Virtual KVM Client Version not Known from CC-SG Proxy Mode Proxy Mode and MPC Appendix D FAQs 212 General Questions Remote Access Universal Virtual Media Ethernet and IP Networking Servers Installation Local Port Power Control Scalability Computer Interface Modules (CIMs) Security Manageability Miscellaneous Troubleshooting Index 237 x
11 Table of Figures Figure 1: Dominion KX II Configuration...2 Figure 2: Dominion KX Figure 3: Dominion KX Figure 4: Dominion KX II CIMs: D2CIM-VUSB (left); D2CIM-PWR (right)...4 Figure 5: Terminology and Topology...6 Figure 6: Solaris Mouse Configuration...24 Figure 7: Dominion KX II Connections...29 Figure 8: Network Settings...33 Figure 9: Port Configuration...35 Figure 10: Authentication/Authorization Flow Diagram...37 Figure 11: Dominion KX II Remote Console Login Page...45 Figure 12: Sample Menu Hierarchy (breadcrumbs)...46 Figure 13: KX II Console Menu Tree (Local and Remote)...47 Figure 14: Port Access...49 Figure 15: Favorites List...51 Figure 16: Edit (Favorite Information)...52 Figure 17: Discover Devices - Local Subnet...53 Figure 18: Discover Devices - KX Subnet...55 Figure 19: Add New Favorite...56 Figure 20: Port Access...58 Figure 21: Port Action Menu...59 Figure 22: Port Action Menu (power options)...62 Figure 23: Virtual KVM Client Window...65 Figure 24: Virtual KVM Client Menu Tree...66 Figure 25: Dual Mouse Cursors...67 Figure 26: Properties Dialog...69 Figure 27: Connection Info...71 Figure 28: Keyboard Macros...74 Figure 29: Add Keyboard Macro...74 Figure 30: Keyboard Macro Example...75 Figure 31: New Macro in Keyboard Menu...75 Figure 32: Video Settings...79 Figure 33: Single Mouse Cursor Message...82 Figure 34: (Tools) Options...84 Figure 35: Virtual Media Connection...89 Figure 36: Open KVM Session...92 Figure 37: Map Virtual Media Drive...93 xi
12 Table of Figures Figure 38: Map Virtual Media CD/ISO Image...94 Figure 39: File Server Setup...96 Figure 40: User List...99 Figure 41: User Page Figure 42: User Group List Figure 43: Group Page Figure 44: Group-based IP Access Control List Figure 45: IP ACL Example Figure 46: Modify Group Figure 47: Change Password Figure 48: Authentication Settings Figure 49: Authentication Settings (LDAP) Figure 50: Authentication Settings (RADIUS) Figure 51: Network Settings Figure 52: Network Settings (Network Basic Settings) Figure 53: Network Settings (Network Miscellaneous Settings) Figure 54: Network Settings (LAN Interface Settings) Figure 55: Date/Time Settings Figure 56: Event Management - Settings Figure 57: Syslog Configuration Figure 58: Event Management - Destinations Figure 59: Power Supply Setup Figure 60: Port Configuration Figure 61: Power Strip Connections Figure 62: Port Page (power strips) Figure 63: Port Page (KVM ports) Figure 64: Port Page (Target Server Settings for D2CIM-VUSB) Figure 65: Security Settings Figure 66: Security Settings (Strong Passwords) Figure 67: Security Settings (User Blocking) Figure 68: Security Settings (Encryption & Share) Figure 69: Security Settings (Encryption Mode Warning Message) Figure 70: IP Access Control Figure 71: Audit Log Figure 72: Device Information Figure 73: Backup/Restore Figure 74: CIM Upgrade from KX Flash Figure 75: Firmware Upgrade Figure 76: Firmware Upgrade Review Figure 77: Firmware Upgrade Successful Figure 78: Upgrade Report Figure 79: Reboot xii
13 Table of Figures Figure 80: Reboot Confirmation Figure 81: Network Interface Figure 82: Network Statistics (statistics) Figure 83: Network Statistics (interfaces) Figure 84: Network Statistics (route) Figure 85: Ping Host Figure 86: Trace Route to Host Figure 87: KX Diagnostics Figure 88: Diagnostics Scripts Figure 89: File Download Figure 90: Dominion KX II Local Console Figure 91: Local User Panel on Dominion KX II Figure 92: Reset Button (back of unit) Figure 93: Local Console Port Access Figure 94: Local Port Settings Figure 95: Factory Reset (Local Console Only) Figure 96: Device Managed by CC-SG Message Figure 97: Remove from CC-SG Management Figure 98: Confirm CC Unmanage Figure 99: Device Removed from CC Management Figure 100: Change Schema Master Figure 101: Create New Attribute Figure 102: Adding the Attributes Figure 103: Adding the Attributes to the Class Figure 104: ADSI Edit Figure 105: ADSI Edit (CN=Users) Figure 106: Administrator Properties (attribute editor) Figure 107: User Properties Figure 108: Edit Attribute (adding user to KX II group) xiii
15 Chapter 1 Introduction In This Chapter Dominion KX II Overview...2 Virtual Media...3 Product Photos...3 Product Features...4 Terminology...6 Package Contents...7 User Guide...7 1
16 Dominion KX II Overview Dominion KX II Overview Dominion KX II is an enterprise-class, secure, digital KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switch that provides BIOS-level (and up) access, and control of up to 64 servers from anywhere in the world via Web browser. At the rack, Dominion KX II provides BIOS-level control of up to 64 servers and other IT devices from a single keyboard, monitor, and mouse. The integrated remote access capabilities of the Dominion KX II provide the same levels of control of your servers via Web browser. Dominion KX II is easily installed using standard UTP (Cat 5/5e/6) cabling. Its advanced features include virtual media, 128-bit encryption, dual power supplies, remote power control, dual Ethernet, LDAP, RADIUS, Active Directory, Syslog integration, and Web management. These features enable you to deliver higher uptime, better productivity, and bulletproof security - at any time from anywhere. Dominion KX II products can operate as standalone appliances and do not rely on a central management device. For larger data centers and enterprises, numerous Dominion KX II units (along with Dominion SX units for remote serial console access and Dominion KSX for remote/branch office management) can be integrated into a single logical solution using Raritan's CommandCenter Secure Gateway (CC-SG) management appliance. Figure 1: Dominion KX II Configuration 2
17 Chapter 1: Introduction Virtual Media All Dominion KX II models support virtual media. The benefits of virtual media - mounting of remote drives/media on the target server to support software installation, and diagnostics - are now available in all of the Dominion KX II models. Each Dominion KX II comes equipped with virtual media to enable remote management tasks using the widest variety of CD, DVD, USB, internal and remote drives and images. Unlike other solutions, the Dominion KX II supports virtual media access of hard drives and remotely mounted images for added flexibility and productivity. Virtual media sessions are secured using 128-bit AES or RC4 encryption. The new D2CIM-VUSB CIM (computer interface module) supports virtual media sessions to target servers supporting the USB 2.0 interface. This new CIM also supports Absolute Mouse Synchronization as well as remote firmware update. Product Photos Figure 2: Dominion KX
18 Product Features Figure 3: Dominion KX2-432 Figure 4: Dominion KX II CIMs: D2CIM- VUSB (left); D2CIM-PWR (right) Product Features Hardware Integrated KVM-over-IP remote access 1U or 2U (KX2-464) rack-mountable; brackets included Dual power supplies with failover; auto-switching power supply with power failure warning 16, 32, or 64 (on KX2-464) server ports Multiple user capacity (1/2/4 remote users; 1 local user) UTP (Cat5/5e/6) server cabling Dual Ethernet ports (10/100/1000 LAN) with failover Field upgradeable Local user port for in-rack access PS/2 keyboard/mouse ports 4
19 Chapter 1: Introduction One front and three back panel USB 2.0 ports for supported USB devices Fully concurrent with remote user access Local Graphical User Interface (GUI) for administration Centralized access security Integrated power control LED indicators for dual power status, network activity, and remote user status Hardware reset button Software Virtual media with D2CIM-VUSB CIM Absolute Mouse Synchronization with D2CIM-VUSB CIM Plug-and-Play Web-based access and management Intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) 128-bit encryption of complete KVM signal, including video and virtual media LDAP, Active Directory, RADIUS, or internal authentication and authorization DHCP or fixed IP addressing SNMP and Syslog management Power control associated directly with servers to prevent mistakes Integration with Raritan's CommandCenter Secure Gateway (CC- SG) management appliance CC Unmanage feature to remove device from CC-SG control 5
20 Terminology Terminology This manual uses the following terminology for the components of a typical Dominion KX II configuration: Figure 5: Terminology and Topology Remote PC (client) Local Access Console (client) CIMs (Computer Interface Modules) Target Servers Power Strips Networked computers used to access and control target servers connected to the Dominion KX II. Refer to Supported Operating Systems (Clients) (on page 10) for a list of the Operating Systems supported by Dominion KX II remotely. An optional user console (consisting of a keyboard, mouse, and multi-sync VGA monitor) attached directly to Dominion KX II to control target servers locally (directly at the rack, not through the network). Dongles that connect to each target server and Raritan power strip. Available for all of the supported Operating Systems. Refer to Supported CIMs for information about the CIMs supported by Dominion KX II. Servers with video cards and user interfaces (e.g., Windows, Linux, Solaris, etc.) accessed remotely via Dominion KX II. Refer to Supported Operating Systems and CIMs (Target Servers) for a list of the supported Operating Systems and CIMs. Raritan power strips accessed remotely via the Dominion KX II. 6
21 Chapter 1: Introduction Package Contents Each Dominion KX II ships as a fully-configured stand-alone product in a standard 1U (2U for KX2-464) 19" rackmount chassis. Each Dominion KX II unit ships with the following contents: (1) Dominion KX II Unit (1) Dominion KX II Quick Installation and Setup Guide (1) Raritan User Manuals CD-ROM (1) Rackmount Kit (2) AC Power Cords (1) Cat5 Network Cable (1) Cat5 Network Crossover Cable (1) Set of 4 Rubber Feet (for desktop use) (1) Application Note (1) Warranty Card User Guide The Dominion KX II User Guide provides the information to install, set up and configure, access target servers and power strips, use virtual media, manage users and security, and maintain and diagnose the Dominion KX II. This user guide is specific to Dominion KX II (version 2.0); for information pertaining to version 1.4, refer to the Dominion KX 1.4 User Guide. 7
22 User Guide Organization of Information The user guide is organized as follows: Chapter 1, Introduction. Overview, features, terminology, and package contents Chapter 2, Getting Started. Login information; default IP Address; supported operating systems, browsers, and CIMs Chapter 3, Installation and Configuration. Target server configuration; firewall settings; physical device connections; initial KX II unit configuration; remote authentication; and users, groups, and access permissions Chapter 4, Connecting to the Dominion KX II. User interfaces; starting the KX II Remote Console; Dominion KX II Favorites Chapter 5, Accessing Target Servers. Access, control, and switching between target servers Chapter 6, Virtual KVM Client. Target server control, mouse pointer synchronization, keyboard macros, and video settings Chapter 7, Virtual Media. Virtual media configuration and access Chapter 8, User Management. User and group management, passwords, group-based IP access control, and authentication settings Chapter 9, Device Management. Network settings, date/time, event management, power supply setup, port configuration, and power control Chapter 10, Security Settings. Security settings and IP access control Chapter 11, Maintenance. Audit log; device information; backup and restore; firmware and CIM upgrades; and reboot Chapter 12, Diagnostics. Network interface, network statistics, ping host, trace route to host, and KX diagnostics Chapter 13, KX II Local Console. Starting the KX II Local Console, accessing target servers, and local port administration Chapter 14, CC Unmanage. Removing the KX II from CC-SG control Appendix A, Specifications. Physical specifications; ports used; target server connection distance and video resolution; and network speed settings Appendix B, Updating the LDAP Schema. Update LDAP schema (for experienced users) Appendix C, Informational Notes. Important notes on Dominion KX II usage 8
23 Chapter 1: Introduction Appendix D, FAQs. General questions, remote access, universal virtual media, Ethernet and IP networking, servers, installation, local port, power control, scalability, Computer Interface Modules (CIMs), security, manageability, miscellaneous, and troubleshooting Related Documentation For more information about the Raritan Multi-Platform Client (MPC), refer to the Raritan Multi-Platform Client (MPC) and Raritan Remote Client (RRC) User Guide. For more information about the entire Raritan product line, refer to the Raritan User Manuals & Quick Setup Guides CD ROM or Raritan's Web site 9
24 Chapter 2 Getting Started In This Chapter Login Information...10 Default IP Address...10 Supported Operating Systems (Clients)...10 Supported Browsers...11 Supported Operating Systems and CIMs (Target Servers)...12 D2CIM-USB G2 Note...13 Login Information The default Dominion KX II login user name is admin and the default password is raritan. This user has administrative privileges. Passwords are case sensitive and must be entered in the exact case combination in which they were created. For example, the default password raritan must be entered entirely in lowercase letters. The first time you start the Dominion KX II you are required to change the default password. Tip: For backup and business continuity purposes, it is strongly recommended that you create a backup administrator user name and password and keep that information in a secure location. Default IP Address Dominion KX II ships with the default IP address of Supported Operating Systems (Clients) The following operating systems are supported on the Dominion KX II Remote Console, Virtual KVM Client, and Multi-Platform Client (MPC): Client OS Windows XP Windows 2000 SP4 Windows Vista Virtual Media (VM) Support on Client Yes Yes Yes 10
25 Chapter 2: Getting Started Red Hat Linux 9.0 Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 3.0 and 4.0 SUSE Linux Professional 9.2 and 10 Fedora Core 5 and above Mac Solaris Yes; Locally held ISO image, Remote File Server mounting directly from KX Yes; Locally held ISO image, Remote File Server mounting directly from KX Yes; Locally held ISO image, Remote File Server mounting directly from KX Yes; Locally held ISO image, Remote File Server mounting directly from KX No No Supported Browsers Dominion KX II supports the following browsers: Internet Explorer 6 and 7 Firefox 1.5 and 2.0 Mozilla 1.7 Safari
26 Supported Operating Systems and CIMs (Target Servers) Supported Operating Systems and CIMs (Target Servers) In addition to the new Dominion KX II D2CIMs, most Paragon and Dominion KX I CIMs are supported. The following table displays the supported target server operating systems, CIMs, virtual media, and mouse modes: Note: D2CIM-VUSB is not supported on Sun (Solaris) targets. Target Server Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows 2000 Server Windows 2003 Server Windows Vista Supported CIMs Paragon CIMs P2CIM-PS2 P2CIM-AUSB UKVMPD UUSBPD Dominion KX I DCIMs DCIM-PS2 DCIM-USB DCIM-USB G2 Dominion KX II D2CIMs V M Mouse Modes A M IM S M D2CIM-VUSB Red Hat Linux 9.0 Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 3.0 and 4.0 P2CIM-PS2 P2CIM-AUSB UKVMPD UUSBPD DCIM-PS2 DCIM-USB DCIM-USB G2 D2CIM-VUSB (excluding Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 3.0) SUSE Linux Professional 9.2 and 10 P2CIM-PS2 P2CIM-AUSB UKVMPD UUSBPD DCIM-PS2 DCIM-USB DCIM-USB G2 D2CIM-VUSB Fedora Core 3 and above P2CIM-PS2 P2CIM-AUSB UKVMPD UUSBPD DCIM-PS2 DCIM-USB DCIM-USB G2 D2CIM-VUSB 12
27 Chapter 2: Getting Started Mac OS P2CIM-AUSB UUSBPD DCIM-USB DCIM-USB G2 D2CIM-VUSB All Solaris OSs supported in Dominion KX I P2CIM-SUN P2CIM-SUSB DCIM-SUN DCIM-SUSB DCIM-USB G2 P2CIM-PS2 DCIM-USB IBM AIX P2CIM-AUSB DCIM-USB G2 UUSBPD DCIM-PS2 P2CIM-PS2 DCIM-USB HP UX P2CIM-AUSB DCIM-USB G2 UUSBPD DCIM-PS2 Remote Power Strips D2CIM-PWR Serial Devices P2CIM-SER Legend: VM: Virtual Media (D2CIM-VUSB only) AM: Absolute Mouse Synchronization (D2CIM-VUSB only) IM: Intelligent Mouse Mode SM: Standard Mouse Mode : Supported Note: The DCIM-USB G2 provides a small slide switch on the back of the CIM. Move the switch to P for PC-based USB target servers; move the switch to S for Sun USB target servers. A new switch position takes effect only after the CIM is power-cycled. To powercycle the CIM, remove the USB connector from the target server and plug it back in a few seconds later. D2CIM-USB G2 Note Note: The DCIM-USB G2 provides a small slide switch on the back of the CIM. Move the switch to P for PC-based USB target servers; move the switch to S for Sun USB target servers. A new switch position takes effect only after the CIM is power-cycled. To powercycle the CIM, remove the USB connector from the target server and plug it back in a few seconds later. 13
28 Chapter 3 Installation and Configuration In This Chapter Overview...14 Step 1: Configure Target Servers...15 Step 2 (Optional): Configure Keyboard Language...27 Step 3: Configure Network Firewall Settings...28 Step 4: Connect the Equipment...29 Step 5: Dominion KX II Initial Configuration...31 Remote Authentication...36 Users, Groups, and Access Permissions...38 Overview This section provides a brief overview of the installation process. Each step is further detailed in the remaining sections of this chapter. To install and configure Dominion KX II: 1. Configure the target servers. 2. (Optional) Configure the keyboard language. 3. Configure the network firewall settings. 4. Connect the equipment. 5. Configure the Dominion KX II unit. 14
29 Chapter 3: Installation and Configuration Step 1: Configure Target Servers Target servers are the computers that will be accessed and controlled via the Dominion KX II. Before installing Dominion KX II, configure all target servers to ensure optimum performance. This configuration applies only to target servers, not to the client workstations (remote PCs) used to access Dominion KX II remotely. Refer to Chapter 1: Introduction, Terminology (see "Terminology" on page 6) for additional information. To configure the target servers: Check the video resolution. Check the desktop background. Adjust the mouse settings. Perform OS-specific mouse and video configuration. Supported Video Resolutions Ensure that each target server's video resolution and refresh rate are supported by Dominion KX II and that the signal is non-interlaced. Video resolution and cable length are important factors in the ability to obtain mouse synchronization. Refer to Target Server Connection Distance and Video Resolution (on page 195) for more information. Dominion KX II supports these resolutions: Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz 15
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