Intellinet Network Solutions 503723 User Manual

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KVM over IP Switch quick install guide

Models 503723 & 503730

Shown: 8-Port , Model 503723



Thank you for purchasing the INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONSDigital KVM over IP Switch, Model 503723 (8-Port) or Model 503730 (16-Port).

This quick install guide presents the rudimentary steps required to set up and operate this device. For more detailed instructions and specifications, refer to the user manual 1) on the CD enclosed with this product; 2) on the Web site listed below; or 3) in some cases, printed and enclosed with this product. Contact your INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS dealer with comments or questions, or visit for information on the latest software and firmware updates, related products and additional contact information.

FCC Statement

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the regulations for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with this guide, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case, the user will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.

CE Statement

This is a Class B product in a domestic environment. This product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.


Front Panel (compressed view)

Selected Live Bank no.

Port-switching buttons (8-port model shown) 10/100 Link Power


Rear Panel (compressed view)

Serial port 2 (serial power control/external modem support)

Serial port 1 (console mgmt.)



Ethernet port PC ports (8-port model shown)

Power adapter jack

Daisy chain out Local console ports: keyboard, video, mouse


Digital KVM over IP Switch Setup

1.Plug the included power adapter into the switch and an AC source, then turn on the switch.

2.Set up your local console by connecting a keyboard, monitor and mouse to the corresponding Console (keyboard, video and mouse) ports on the switch (see Rear Panel above). Refer to Appendix A in the user manual for an introduction to basic local console operation.

3.Connect to one or more computers/servers as described below. Refer to Appendix B in the user manual for samples of connector cables, including the recommended Combo-Free USB PS/2 KVM Cable. NOTE: Make sure that any PS/2 computers are turned off before

connecting to the switch: The non-Plug and Play interfaces may not recognize the PS/2 keyboard and mouse later in the installation.

Single Server Mode: To use just one server or computer, simply connect to a PC port with an appropriate (USB or PS/2) combo cable. NOTE: Refer to System Architecture in the user manual for examples of various configurations.

Multiple Server Mode: To connect to multiple servers/computers, add a conventional KVM switch to the configuration by connecting the Daisy Chain Out port of the Digital KVM over IP Switch to the Daisy Chain In port of the second KVM switch, which is then connected to additional computers/servers as desired.

4.Boot up connected computers (if not yet powered on and verify the connections. NOTE: Do not use both USB and PS/2 keyboard connectors on a computer simultaneously.

Daisy-chain up to 16 levels


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