The Uplogix Blog: Beyond Out-of-Band

There When You Need It: Testing Your Out-of-Band Connection

By | March 18th, 2021

It always happens the same way. You spend the time deploying your out-of-band solution, you configure all the settings, and you test it once to make sure it works. Then you forget about it. And why not? You have a redundant network with five 9s reliability. You're golden. But then one day, when you least expect it,[...]

New to the Uplogix Blog: Daniel Verastiqui

By | March 10th, 2021

Hi, I'm Daniel Verastiqui, and I'm about to become a post-writing machine here on the Uplogix Blog. I'll be talking mostly about the technical side of the company, from tips and tricks to best practices to insights on what you can expect when you join the Uplogix family. 

Episode 5 | The Capture Feature ft. Shiner Bock

By | January 13th, 2021

In this series, get a taste of an Austin, Texas brewed beer as well as learn a little about Uplogix Out-of-Band Management. Today Uplogix CTO and Founder, James Dollar, explains the capture feature. It’s a network traffic tap that can let you capture device flow for analysis and network management[...]

Episode 4 | Newly Released LM83X and LM80 ft. Independence Brewing’s Austin Amber Ale

By | December 22nd, 2020

In this series, get a taste of an Austin, Texas brewed beer as well as learn a little about Uplogix Out-of-Band Management. Today Uplogix CTO and Founder, James Dollar, shows the newly released Uplogix hardware platforms, the LM83X and LM80.

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.