CD-Tower – Server System

Axis Network CD-ROM Server & Tower for Ethernet

Discontinued

cd serverPlease take a look at all the other network attached security systems available from Kintronics.

 

For historic purposes we have included the details about these products.  They were discontinued in 2010

This old Axis server system attached CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Towers directly to the Ethernet network and allowed everyone to share CD and DVD data discs.  It used a special CD and DVD Server.

This Server provided a Multi-protocol CD-ROM server for Microsoft, Macintosh, and UNIX Ethernet networks. Simple plug and play system. Just plug the server box anywhere on the network. Access your CDs or DVDs using your existing network application or a web browser. 

Modular system with easy plug/replace functionality. Appears as a network server. Doesn’t use software on network server or workstation. A high performance CD/DVD-ROM Server, (up to 1,300K Bytes/sec network data rate). The CDDVD server is also a web server that can be accessed from your web browser.

 

Quick to Install and Easy to Use

No software is needed. Configuration and management is done via already existing network application tools. High speed CD-ROM drives are supported through use of 32-bit RISC processor technology.

Designed for Mixed LAN Environment

Can be used simultaneously from Windows, Mac and UNIX workstations. 

Security and License Control Options

Ability to restrict user access and control user licenses.

Location Independent

Can be placed anywhere on the network, and does not need a file server. 


Technical Specifications

SUPPORTED SYSTEMS:

Simultaneous operation in the following network environments: 

Microsoft Windows 95/98 Me/NT 200x XP;

UNIX: Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux;

MacOS 8.x, 9.x, OS X.

Internet/Intranet using HTTP 1.0 and HTML 2.0 compatible browsers, e.g., Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer and Microsoft

 

Supported protocols

TCP/IP, AppleTalk, HTTP, CIFS/SMB, NFS v3, FTP, AFP, BOOTP, RARP, DHCP; DNS; WINS; SMTP, SNMP

 

SUPPORTED FILE SYSTEMS:

High Sierra (HSF), ISO 9660

 

NETWORK MANAGEMENT:

SNMP MIB-II, and private enterprise MIB.

 

SECURITY:

The server unit can be User/Group access controlled by password and the number of users, specified in unit resident database, can be restricted. 

Windows  

Share Level Security

 

APPROVALS:

EMC: CE:EN 55022/1987, EN50082- 1/1992. FCC Class A. Safety: EN 60950, UL, CSA