Does Opengear have the smartest, most resilient solutions for managing network infrastructure? We think so. But don’t take our word for it… hear what our customers have to say.
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“I SSH’d into the Opengear console server, got access to the Juniper SRX perimeter FW, and then added a temporary NAT configuration that exposed the PDU to the Internet. I was able to now access the PDU directly from 35K feet in the air.”
“OpenGear has created a product called the Resilience Gateway. Not only does the device give you remote control of your gear, it can be used as a pathway to re-establishing connectivity when your primary WAN is down. How sweet is that?”
“Did your ears prick up when they said 4G backup network? A lot of customers’ ears did, OpenGear got requests for that 4G backup to be available for the production network. Now OpenGear has a device that will seamlessly provide 4G failover for your existing WAN.”
“Maintaining the deepest reach of the Internet – beneath three miles of water – represents an exciting new frontier. We thank Opengear for providing dependable networking solutions and essential support for our forays there.” Brian Chee IT Specialist, University of Hawaii at Manoa
“It’s a big deal for us to leverage the built-in TFTP server and flash storage of the ACM5504. New units now check in with us when they first boot up. Previously we had to have products shipped to me first for initial configuration. Now we can ship units directly to the remote site and have them load their image and configuration from the ACM5504. This speeds up deployments and reduces the number of tools we have to use.” William Audette Senior Network Engineer, POWER Engineers
“I really like Opengear’s flexibility. I like that it’s not only menu driven; you actually have the ability to run scripts, and, from there, you have the ability to parse the configuration. It’s very programmatic with the config utility. You can go in there and, via the CLI, you can adjust the settings just like you would through the UI.” Jeremy Stretch Network Engineer, DigitalOcean
“Since adopting the use of Opengear’s IP to Serial devices in 2009, IPSec has come to rely on the robust engineering, security and flexibility of Opengear’s OOB management solutions and has had excellent experiences with their technical support team.” Benjamin Robson Director of Operations, IPSec