Network Boot Bar
- Remote Power Management and Control
- Reboot Servers, Routers, Web Cams, Firewalls and Other Remote Devices
- Web Browser Access for Easy Setup and Operation
- Encrypted Password Security
- Five (5) Individual Outlets
- Each Outlet can Switch up to a 10 Amp Load
- On / Off / Reboot Switching
- IP Addressed, 10Base-T Interface
- RS232 Modem / Console Port
- Network Security Features
- Power-Up Sequencing
- Manual Power Control Button
- View Detailed Technical
- 115 VAC Model Also Available
- NBB-230 - Network Boot Bar, 230 VAC
@ 10 Amps: Please Contact
Bomara for Pricing
Servers, routers, and other electronic equipment sometimes "locks-up," often
requiring a service call to a remote site just to flip the power switch to
perform a simple reboot. The NBB-230 Network Boot Bar gives you the ability
to perform this function from anywhere, just point your browser to the NBB-230's
IP address, enter the secure user name and password, and you're just a click
away from remote power control.
Convenient User Interfaces
The NBB-230 provides two convenient methods for accessing configuration and
switching functions; The Web Browser Interface and the Command Line Interface.
The Web Browser Interface consists of a series of simple, easy-to-use web page
menus that allow you to select configuration parameters or initiate switching
The Command Line Interface is an ASCII menu system, which allows you to configure
and operate the NBB-230 via telnet over TCP/IP network, via modem connection
or via local PC using a terminal program such as Hyperterminal or TeraTerm.
Access to the NBB-230 command mode is password protected to prevent unauthorized
users from gaining access to sensitive switching and configuration functions.
Both the Web Browser Interface and Command Line Interface require the user
to enter a password before allowing access.
Passwords transmitted via web browser use 64-bit encryption techniques to ensure
that passwords remain protected and access to your equipment remains secure.
Telnet control can be user-defined to a discrete TCP port, or completely turned
off to ensure that no unprotected port is present.
The NBB-230 also features two different levels of operational passwords; the
System Administrator Level and the User Level. The System Level provides access
to all configuration and switching functions, while the User Level is limited
to switching functions only.
Easy to Configure,
Easy to Use
The NBB-230 can be configured via network, via modem, or locally via the serial
console port. Easy to master, user-friendly menus and commands let you assign
a location name, set system parameters and view plug status. Outlets can be
switched On, Off, or booted using plug numbers or names.
The NBB-230 is built in the USA and backed by a two year warranty. NetReach
products are installed in thousands of network sites world wide. Our customers
know they can depend on WTI for superior quality and reliability for their
most mission-critical operations.