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HP CD-ROM Server for Ethernet Networks - Features and Benefits

FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Feature
Benefit
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File Server Independence
The HP CD-ROM Server comes pre-installed with all the network functionality required. It does not rely on intermediate communications with a file server.
Ease-of-Use
The HP CD-ROM Server is designed to be easy to install and use. Software on disks or tapes is not needed to install the server. The server uses basic network protocols (NCP, SMB, and NFS), so there is no need to learn any special software to access the server.
Flexibility
As a network node, the HP CD-ROM Server can be located anywhere on the network, either close to users or in secured areas. Since it is a multi-protocol device, it can simultaneously support a variety of network operating environments, including Novell NetWare, Microsoft (R) and IBM network operating systems, UNIX (R) and Internet/intranets. HP CD-ROM Servers also provide flexible connectivity to CD-ROM drives and CD-ROM disk changers.
Web Server Functionality
As a Web server, the HP CD-ROM Server can be accessed from a Web browser, such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Web browser access includes configuration and management.
Security
CD-ROM access can be restricted by setting up password protection. It is also possible to limit the number of simultaneous users of any CD-ROM to comply with license agreements.
Speed
By using a 32-bit reduced instruction set computer (RISC) processor and cache memory, there is ample throughput for demanding CD-ROM applications.
Maintenance
New firmware can be easily downloaded to the HP CD-ROM Server’s flash memory over the network.
Remote Management
The HP CD-ROM Server supports the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) for management applications that use it. Management can also be done through a Web browser.

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