The Uplogix Blog: Beyond Out-of-Band

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 —[...]

Uplogix White Paper

By | November 16th, 2020

Cellular Strategies for Securely Connecting Local Managers to the Control Center While Out-of-Band

Introduction

A key feature of the Uplogix Local Manager is its ability to spin up an out-of-band connection when the primary in-band network connection fails. When using a cellular modem, a[...]

Episode 3 | Automatic Recovery with ROMmon mode with Matt ft. Electric Jellyfish IPA

By | October 14th, 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 Sales Engineer Matt Drechsler shows how Uplogix can detect a router in ROMmon mode and recover it automatically using locally cached OS and configuration files,[...]

Episode 2 | Port Forwarding for Secure Server Access with Adam ft. 512 Porter

By | October 13th, 2020

In this series, hear a little about an Austin, Texas brewed beer as well as learn a little about Uplogix Out-of-Band Management. Today Uplogix Sales Engineer Adam Thompson shows how to use port forwarding to securely access server baseboard management over an out-of-band connection.

Episode 1 | In-Band vs. Out-of-Band with James ft. Celis White Witbier

By | October 13th, 2020

In this series, hear a little about an Austin, Texas brewed beer as well as learn a little about Uplogix Out-of-Band Management. Today Uplogix CTO and Founder, James Dollar discusses the differences between in-band, out-of-band and what it means for Uplogix to go Beyond Out-of-Band.

Meet the Fifth Generation Hardware for Out-of-Band Management​

By | October 7th, 2020

The new Uplogix LM83X and LM80 platforms deliver faster processing, greater storage, and more connectivity options for out-of-band management and network automation.

Both platforms utilize 1.2 GHz Quad Core Arm Cortex-A72 64-bit processors for faster response and automation. Roughly four times[...]