Is there a network KVM adapter?

For a budget solution to connect remotely, i.e. over a network (fairly local) to the server access loading process—"BIOS", i.e. with video and usb/ps2 connectors.

Worked with an integrated solution from Supermicro IPMI and CAT5 adapters from HP and ATEN (ALTUSEN KA7176), which, as far as I know, does not work without your own KVM switches are the "brains", such as this ATEN KN4140v.

Do you know about the existence of dongles like the same ALTUSEN KA7176, able to work independently or as the world knows the solution, enable the virtual adapter, such ALTUSEN KA7176 without original KVM switch?

Or is there a cheap PCI network card that makes the same as an integrated solution via the Supermicro IPMI interface?
June 5th 19 at 21:03
2 answers
June 5th 19 at 21:05
Solution
There are such things - IP-KVM. But it is not the budget.
June 5th 19 at 21:07
No

I've been looking for. I have a pretty powerful computer, quite a host, but he doesn't have KVM and so "I think You're kind of on the host" :) But alas - to work analog IPMI, you need the support of the mother. If the mother allows you to put the controller KVM - will be on a normal desktop mother figvam - Indian hut. No cheap, or even expensive...
Hetzner seven years ago, we offered a service of "temporary KVM for the money." Need to book in advance was very connected not instantly. Was expensive. Long use was impossible.

I suspect that they physically bring the KVM and plugged. - Zoey_Oberbrunner6 commented on June 5th 19 at 21:10
Maybe. Maybe he's still machines in the data center with KVM, like any self-respecting host. No KVM on desktop mothers the complete lack of need for it (although sometimes it is, but probably not so often, to at least some of the device was... - Esta_Upton commented on June 5th 19 at 21:13
what OVH (closest competitor Hetzner) soared on cheap desktop hardware - is well known.
It was in the days when "self-respecting" did not hesitate to use desktop solution. - Zoey_Oberbrunner6 commented on June 5th 19 at 21:16

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