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MultiStation Single unit Installation
The following installation procedure features the ML-2U model. The
installation for the ML-4U model follows the same basic procedure.
Please see the Installation and operations manual for installation of the
MLK-2U model.
It is recommended that power to all monitors, the computer, and to
MultiStation be off until all connections have been made.
The below illustration shows the basic cable connections for MultiStation
and the installation steps to properly connect the cables, computer, and
KVM stations.
KVM Stations
1. Connect the KVM stations (2) to the KVM, DB25F connectors using the
appropriate KVM adapter cables. (4 KVM stations to the ML-4U model)
2. Connect a computer to MultiStation using the appropriate CPU adapter
cable. Connect the keyboard, monitor, and mouse computer ports to
the corresponding connectors on the CPU adapter cable. Connect the
DB25M connector to the CPU DB25F connector on MultiStation.
3. With all cabling in place, power on:
a. All monitors
b. The MultiStation
c. Boot the computer last
Please refer to the Installation and Operations manual for the installation
procedure for an expanded system.
Operating Instructions
With all cabling in place and power applied to all equipment, the video
monitors connected to the KVM ports should display the video from
connected computer.
Each KVM station can access the computer and perform all functions but
not simultaneously. The active KVM station maintains keyboard and
mouse control until there is a 2 second inactivity from the KVM station.
After 2 seconds, the other KVM station(s) can gain control and perform
keyboard and mouse functions on a first serve basis.
The inactivity timeout of 2 seconds can be changed by a simple keyboard
command issued from KVM station #1. Press and release the left control
key. Then within 2 seconds, press the H key. Enter the new inactivity
timeout value (1 to 255 seconds) and press enter. A value of 255 is an
infinite timeout value and control will not be released until the timeout
value is changed to a value between 1 and 254. To save this change,
press and release the left control key. Then within 2 seconds, press the K
key to save the new timeout value. If the value is not saved, the timeout
value will revert back to 2 seconds when power is removed from
MultiStation.
Dip switch settings
Each KVM station can be enabled or disabled using the front panel dip
switches.
Example shows KVM 1
enabled, all others
disabled
Up = KVM enabled
Down = KVM disabled
Models
Position
ML-2U
ML-4U
MLK-2U
8
KVM 1
KVM 1
Local Unit
7
KVM 2
KVM 2
Remote Unit
6
No effect
KVM 3
No effect
5
No effect
KVM 4
No effect
1–4
No effect
No effect
No effect
Default settings
Setting
Default Value
Keyboard timeout
2 seconds
Caps/Numlock/Scroll
Numlock On
Keyboard Mode
2
Screen Blank Time Interval
0 (Off)
Typematic Rate
48 (rate=10.0char/sec, delay=500 ms)
Mouse Translation
0 (PS/2 in to PS/2 out, serial in to serial out)
Keyboard commands
Note: Use only the numeric keys above the keyboard for entering values.
Values entered using the keypad will not work. Do not use the shift key.
Command
Reset
Key Sequence
[Ctrl] R
ROM Version
Keep
Null
Enable
[Ctrl] I
[Ctrl] K
[Ctrl]
[Ctrl] E
Disable
[Ctrl] D
Freeze
[Ctrl] F
Keyboard Mode*
Typematic Rate*
[Ctrl] Mx (enter)
x=1,2,or 3
[Ctrl] A xxx
RS232 Mouse
Type*
[Ctrl] Qx (enter)
x=0, 1, or 2
Description
Resets PS/2 mouse on currently
selected port
Identifies ROM version
Save custom settings
Re-sync PS/2 mouse
Enable keyboard, mouse, and
monitor at other stations
Disable keyboard, mouse, and
monitor at other stations
Disable keyboard and mouse at
other stations
Sets keyboard mode
See table 7 in manual for xxx
values
PS/2
serial mouse translation.
0 = same as computer
1 = PS/2 computer
2 = serial computer
Keyboard
[Ctrl] Hxxx (enter) KVM Inactivity time before another
timeout*
xxx=1-255
KVM station can gain access
Screen
[Ctrl] Vxxx (enter) Time when video turns off when no
Blanking*
activity is present. Any key turns
video back on
* Follow this command with the Keep command to save the new value
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