HP MicroServer Remote Access Card (RAC) G7 Gen7 for N36L/N40L/N54L (615097-001) For Sale

HP MicroServer Remote Access Card (RAC) G7 Gen7 for N36L/N40L/N54L (615097-001)


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HP MicroServer Remote Access Card (RAC) G7 Gen7 for N36L/N40L/N54L (615097-001):
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MicroServer Remote Access Card


The HP MicroServer remote access card is a standard component of selected HP MicroServers that provides server health and remote server manageability. HP MicroServer remote access card includes a dedicated network interface. This design makes HP MicroServer remote access card independent of the host server and its operating system. The HP MicroServer remote access card provides remote access to any authorized network client, sends alerts, and provides other server management functions.


HP MicroServer remote access card allows to:


  • Send alerts from HP MicroServer remote access card, regardless of the state of the host server

Excellent condition. Pulled from working server. Has been upgraded to latest firmware version v1.4. Tested for full operation. Works great!
I ship only to continental USA. No international shipping. No returns. No refunds.


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