favorite
favorite
hide
unhide
flag

Posted

print

Web Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! - $75 (MARIETTA)

Web Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 1 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 2 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 3 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 4 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 5 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 6 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 7 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 8 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 9 thumbnailWeb Power Switch Pro - Remote control IP switch - great price! 10 thumbnail
wigley rd near sandy plains
condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Webpower
model name / number: Pro
IP power switch to reboot power or turn power on or off a device remotely via IP (the internet). NE Cobb off Sandy Plains Rd 30066

Google "webpower switch pro" For more reviews and details about the product as a remote control rebooting IP power switch. $200+ when new.

An Amazon Review.
I purchased this as a solution for managing power to my network rack hardware in a rental where I can’t go in and fix problems since there is a property management company involved between myself and the tenants. This thing fits the bill perfectly, at a reasonable price point. It’s nice that it can work via wifi, but what sold me was the wired support. So many of the inexpensive solutions are WiFi only. I need something that is wired and more reliable. I also need something that can manage reboots across multiple items, independently, and this does that beautifully. It’s not exactly “consumer friendly” in its setup, and the documentation is a bit sparse/scattered. But for the price, if you know what you’re doing enough to need something like this, you should be fine. The unit itself seems extremely well built, heavy duty, and has so much customizability it should serve whatever needs I might have. It doesn’t come with any sort of app or remote management features built in besides its own built-in web interface, so keep that in mind. I set up a VPN and dynamic DNS on my router that allows me to access and modify its settings from thousands of miles away, but be sure you are prepared to set up something similar if you want to use this and actively manage it remotely.

post id: 7733193441

posted:

updated:

best of [?]

loading
reading
writing
saving
searching