Broadcast Tools WebSwitch
Instant remote reboot
The WebSwitch is a solution for instant remote reboot or remote control over the Internet. It offers two power outlets, which can be independently controlled using a Web browser or Web-enabled mobile device. It is completely self-contained and includes a built-in Web server and internal power supply. It is simple to set up and can be configured in minutes using its built-in configuration Web pages. Each outlet can be configured for standard mode or automatic reboot mode. In standard mode, users can remotely control each outlet. In automatic reboot mode, WebSwitch will ping a specified IP address and power-cycle that outlet if a number of pings fail.
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