Console Server Ports
A console server is a device which provides remote access to the local consoles of connected devices. They are typically used to provide remote out-of-band access to network devices, and generally connect to console ports.
Like most device components, console server ports are instantiated automatically from console server port templates assigned to the selected device type when a device is created.
The device to which this console server port belongs.
The installed module within the assigned device to which this console server port belongs (optional).
The name of the console server port. Must be unique to the parent device.
An alternative physical label identifying the console server port.
The type of console server port.
Operating speed, in bits per second (bps).
If selected, this component will be treated as if a cable has been connected.