The Uplogix Blog: Beyond Out-of-Band

Billy Moran

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Uplogix: enabling better vacations for IT professionals since 2004 

By | August 2nd, 2021

As the summer progresses, record numbers of travelers are hitting the road and airports for long-delayed vacations. It’s quite possible some of these travelers are network admins breaking free (briefly) of their solemn obligations to keep network infrastructure up and running at optimal levels. Uplogix is here to[...]

The DarkSide of ransomware hits pipeline network

By | May 25th, 2021

It was just three days after May the 4th (be with you), when Colonial Pipeline felt the power of the DarkSide. This story about the hacking of a major component of US infrastructure has followed a number of turns as more information has been revealed to the public.

WFH: Alerts driven by in-rack service level tests

By | December 7th, 2020

Adam Thompson shows some easy alerts he’s created in the Uplogix Control Center to monitor HQ gear and alert based on automated service level testing of web services and call quality. These let him better manage gear from home.

WFH: Securely access & troubleshoot an enterprise network problem

By | December 7th, 2020

Network Management from Home with Uplogix

Uplogix CTO James Dollar shows how to securely access and remotely troubleshoot a network problem from home using out-of-band management.

 

Technical Brief: Picking a cellular modem for out-of-band access

By | November 17th, 2020

Picking a cellular modem for out-of-band access

Introduction

Uplogix offers multiple modem options for out-of-band over cellular. All Uplogix cellular modems are modular cards, allowing you to choose the out-of-band option type for each deployment. Here are some considerations for[...]

Webinar Highlights

By | November 17th, 2020

4 Things you Should Know When Considering a Cellular Out-of-Band Solution

Uplogix has been a leader in cellular out-of-band management systems for over a decade. When it comes to running out-of-band over cellular, we’ve literally been there and done that —[...]