Press Release Summary:
Model 7223 DB15 A/B Switch, with 10BASE-T LAN Access, allows multiple alternate-path switching to increase network survivability and reliability in event of disaster. It can be controlled via front-panel pushbutton or from remote locations via LAN connection to unit's 10BASE-T rear panel port. Using remote control method, Web browser pointed at IP address to unit launches GUI, allowing users to control switch, view current position status, and lockout front-panel pushbutton.
Original Press Release:
New Remote Control Switch Designed To Avert Network Disaster
Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston, RI, has just announced the successful integration of its new Model 7223 DB15 A/B Switch with 10BASE-T LAN Access into a banking environment. This switch, installed in a Telecommunications Disaster Recovery Network, allows multiple alternate-path switching to increase network survivability and reliability in the event of a disaster.
The switch can be controlled on-site manually with a front-panel pushbutton or from any remote location via a LAN connection to the unit 's 10BASE-T rear panel port. Using the Remote Control method, a standard Web browser such as MS Explorer pointed at the IP address to the unit will launch a graphical user interface to the switch. Easy-to-read screens provide information on System and Network Configuration. This Web access also allows the user to control the switch, view current position status, and lockout the front-panel pushbutton if desired. Customization is available.
For information on the Model 7223 and the entire line of ESL Disaster Aversion Switches, contact Electro Standards Laboratories at 401-943-1164; Web: ElectroStandards.com; or E-mail: eslab@ElectroStandards.com.
Electro Standards Laboratories
36 Western Industrial Drive
Cranston, RI 02921