Page 1:Clutter Rescue
Page 2:Easy-as-Pie Cable Hookup
Page 3:The Test Candidates In Detail
Page 4:Aten Master View CS-122: Outdated And Clunky Design
Page 5:Fujitsu FS-102ATL: Support For USB And Audio
Page 6:Gembird CAS-231: With Non-slip Rubber Stops
Page 7:Keysonic IC-712IK
Page 8:Lindy CPU Switch Lite 2Port Audio: Takes Up A Lot Of Space
Page 11:Specifications, Continued
Easy-as-Pie Cable Hookup
The KVM switch setup requires only a few steps. One end of the connector cable goes onto the KVM switch and the other end is connected to the client computers. The monitor input should be connected to the graphics card output and both PS/2 plugs for keyboard and mouse in their designated sockets. Most PS/2 plugs are either color-coded green or violet according to the PC99 specification, so mixing them up is hard to do. The monitor that serves the two PCs is connected via a monitor cable to the KVM switch. Finally, the keyboard and the mouse for the two PCs are hooked up.
The monitor input should be screwed tight onto the KVM switch
Most PS/2 plugs are color coded: green for mouse, violet for the keyboard.
The same thing goes for the rest of the computer connections.
The other end of the connector cable goes, as usual, into the designated socket of the PC.
- Clutter Rescue
- Easy-as-Pie Cable Hookup
- The Test Candidates In Detail
- Aten Master View CS-122: Outdated And Clunky Design
- Fujitsu FS-102ATL: Support For USB And Audio
- Gembird CAS-231: With Non-slip Rubber Stops
- Keysonic IC-712IK
- Lindy CPU Switch Lite 2Port Audio: Takes Up A Lot Of Space
- Specifications, Continued