Smart solutions for resilient networks

Dec 03, 2019




Opengear provides network resilience which reduces downtime, improves staff efficiency and lowers remediation costs. Our console server platforms provide remote access to network equipment, control over power distribution and visibility into environmental conditions – even in the event of a network failure.


Opengear devices are connected to the console port of your device via serial, USB or LAN

The network manager can access all connected equipment remotely – this is In-Band-Management

Even when the network is down the Opengear console server can switch to an alternative method of connection (4G LTE, 3G, PSTN modem, Ethernet or Fiber) so network administrators can still access the equipment – this is traditional Out-of-Band-Management

Opengear goes beyond traditional out-of-band with our SmartOOB technology which monitors and logs, systems health and environmental conditions. It can also proactively detect and notify network managers of faults before they become failures.

Failover to Cellular (F2C) can be setup on cellular enabled Opengear device to act as the primary connection for a network through the use of IP Passthrough. This allows the business to continue to run whilst the network engineer restores the primary network connection.

Talking to customers who are buying Avaya, HP, CISCO, routers, switches, firewalls, power supplies and other network infrastructure? Opengear supports all major UPS and PDU brands from a single pane of glass through the Opengear Console Server.


  • Reduce MTTR
  • Remote Management
  • Single pane of glass management
  • Increase business continuity
  • Proven ROI of Capex
  • Products to suit any market, vertical or budget
  • 4 Year Hardware & Support Warranty
  • Pre and post sales & technical support
  • 4 Year Worldwide Hardware Warranty
  • 4 Year Technical Telephone Support
  • Security & vulnerability upgrades for the lifetime of the product
  • Free Feature Upgrades During Warranty Period

Contact us today to discuss how to add Opengear to your product portfolio

Post by sarah