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UMT242/USTIP2 not accepting remote clients, local only

We are deploying the UMT242 and USTIP2 on our network with 2 user ports. IPs have been set and I can open the Raritan Remote Client. but i can only access the Admin part, all ports give an error saying This channel is not available. anyone have any suggestions?

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I do not know this particular IP KVM but most IP KVM's use SIPPs that must be updated on the KVM when they are attached to the servers. Look for an option in the admin tools that say update SIPPs or update connection. You may also just have to double click on the list of connections to get it to update. This may have to be done at the console and not via remote.

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