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Wed Jul 6 20:44:11 UTC 2011
Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Ljubomir Ljubojevic wrote:
>>>> Hook up ethernet, if its not POE, you plug it in, attach all the various
>>>> usb cables, vga, serial, ps/2, ect ect to the server and let it hang.
>>>> When your server is unresponsive just go ahead and hit the IP you
>>>> assigned to your Spider, and you get a full console, virtual media, mass
>>>> storage emulation, and the ability to mount samba shares and what not
>>>> into it.
>>>>> How exactly would that work?
>>> I'm still not clear on this solution.
>>> Assuming you are actually doing this, could you tell me how you set it up
>>> in a little more detail, please.
>> You hook up device to the PC, and both to internet, device with public
>> IP, best if it is static, or with dynamic domain.
> I'm not sure how I would connect both Spider and PC to the internet.
> If I had to purchase a second IP address,
> and pay my ISP for a second line,
> with the cost of the Spider this would be getting quite expensive.
> Maybe I have misunderstood something, as I am no network guru.
You said your server is not directly on the internet, so I guess you
have some sort of the router/firewall. On the router, direct (DNAT)
needed ports to KVM and the rest to the Server.
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