CN105208087A - Remote management system and remote management method - Google Patents

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CN105208087A
CN105208087A CN201510507790.7A CN201510507790A CN105208087A CN 105208087 A CN105208087 A CN 105208087A CN 201510507790 A CN201510507790 A CN 201510507790A CN 105208087 A CN105208087 A CN 105208087A
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Abstract

The invention discloses a remote management system and a remote management method. The remote management system at least comprises a management server and a management program. The management server is used for managing a first remote management apparatus and a second remote management apparatus, wherein the first remote management is also provided with M connecting ports, and the second remote management is also provided with N connecting ports. The management program is executed on a client computer, the management program enables the client computer to communicate with the management server, and the management program provides a first menu. The first menu lists the M connecting ports and the N connecting ports for management by a user, and the user selects P connecting ports from the M connecting ports and the N connecting ports through the first menu so as to establish a second menu.

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Long-distance management system and method for remote management

The application be for application number be " 200910165182.7 ", denomination of invention is the divisional application of the patent application of " long-distance management system and management method ".

Technical field

The invention relates to a kind of long-distance management system and method for remote management, and relate to a kind of long-distance management system and the method for remote management that manage the connectivity port of long-distance management device especially.

Background technology

In general, manage long-range calculator room equipment by the long-distance management device with network-connectivity and become a kind of inevitable trend, the manager being such as positioned at Taiwan can be managed the server being positioned at the U.S. by long-distance management device, so that in some cases, when being positioned at the server fail of the U.S., the manager being positioned at Taiwan does not also need the parent scene of going to U.S.A. to overhaul server.Please refer to Figure 13, Figure 13 illustrates the network architecture diagram into traditional Remote management.Long-distance management device is such as network-type KVM switch 1330 (being also called KVMOver-IP or KVMOverNet), network-type electric power controller 1340 and network-type serial device management devices 1350.Network-type KVM switch 1330 has network interface 1332 and a computer interface 1334, its network interface 1332 is in order to interconnection network 1320, and computer interface 1334 is in order to connect the keyboard port of multiple stage computer, mouse port and output end of image mouth.Client computer 1310 in network 1320 one end can via network-type KVM switch 1330 manipulate network 1320 other end multiple stage computer and receive the picture signal of multiple stage computer.

Network-type electric power controller 1340 has network interface 1342 and a power interface 1344, and its network interface 1342 is in order to interconnection network 1320, and power interface 1344 is in order to connect the power port of multiple stage computer.Client computer 1310 in network 1320 one end can carry out the management of mains switch to the multiple stage computer at network 1320 other end via network-type electric power controller 1340.Network-type serial device management devices 1350 has a network interface 1352 and One serial interface 1354, and its network interface 1352 is in order to interconnection network 1320, and serial line interface 1354 is in order to connect the RS-232 port of multiple stage network equipment.Client computer 1310 in network 1320 one end can manipulate the multiple stage network equipment at network 1320 other end via network-type serial device management devices.

But, different types of long-distance management device has management interfaces different separately and IP address, when a user or manager while when necessary supervising the network type KVM switch, network-type electric power controller and network-type serial device management devices, user first must connect different types of long-distance management device with several different IP address, then switch back and forth at different administration interfaces (such as web browser window), various long-distance management device can be managed simultaneously.Moreover a long-distance management system comprises multiple long-distance management device, and each long-distance management device comprises multiple connectivity port, and the sum of this connectivity port is added up may up to 65535.Therefore, how to provide a single management interface effectively to manage the connectivity port of various different types of long-distance management device, namely become the important topic being badly in need of solving.

Summary of the invention

The invention relates to a kind of long-distance management system and method for remote management, it at least comprises following advantage:

One, user can manage the connectivity port of different types of long-distance management device via single management interface.

Two, user to be connected port menu voluntarily by single management interface, to improve operational convenience.

According to an aspect of the present invention, a kind of long-distance management system is proposed.Long-distance management system at least comprises management server and hypervisor.Management server is in order to manage the first long-distance management device and the second long-distance management device.Wherein the first long-distance management device also has M connectivity port, and this second long-distance management device also has N number of connectivity port.Hypervisor is executed on client computer, and management server can be executed on another computer by a management server program and form, hypervisor make client computer can with management server communication, and hypervisor provides the first menu.Wherein the first menu lists M connectivity port and N number of connectivity port manages for user, and user selects P connectivity port by the first menu and sets up the second menu in M connectivity port and N number of connectivity port.

According to a further aspect in the invention, a kind of long-distance management system is proposed.Long-distance management system at least comprises the first long-distance management device, the second long-distance management device, management server and hypervisor.First long-distance management device has M connectivity port and the second long-distance management device has N number of connectivity port.Management server is in order to manage the first long-distance management device and the second long-distance management device.Hypervisor is executed on client computer, and hypervisor makes client computer and management server communication, and hypervisor provides the first menu.Wherein the first menu lists M connectivity port and N number of connectivity port manages for user, and user selects P connectivity port by the first menu and sets up the second menu in M connectivity port and N number of connectivity port.If the first menu is Q rank trees, then the second menu is that Q subtracts 1 rank tree.

In accordance with a further aspect of the present invention, a kind of method for remote management is proposed.Method for remote management is used in long-distance management system, and long-distance management system at least comprises management server.Management server and client computer carry out communication, and management server is in order to manage the first long-distance management device and the second long-distance management device.Method for remote management at least comprises the following step: provide the first menu, and N number of connectivity port of M connectivity port and the second long-distance management device that the first menu lists the first long-distance management device manages for user; In M connectivity port and N number of connectivity port, select P connectivity port and set up the second menu, and P is less than M+N.

According to a further aspect in the invention, a kind of long-distance management system is also proposed, at least comprise: a management servo programe, be executed on one first computer, in order to manage one first long-distance management device and one second long-distance management device, wherein this first long-distance management device also has M connectivity port, and this second long-distance management device also has N number of connectivity port; And a hypervisor, be executed on a second computer, this hypervisor makes this client computer can carry out communication with this management server, and this hypervisor provides one first menu; Wherein this first menu lists this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port manages for a user, and this user selects P connectivity port by this first menu and sets up one second menu in this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port.

According to a further aspect in the invention, a kind of long-distance management system is also proposed, at least comprise: a management servo programe, be executed on one first computer, in order to manage a long-distance management device and a virtual machine software, wherein this long-distance management device also has M connectivity port, and this virtual machine software also corresponding R operating system; And a hypervisor, be executed on a second computer, this hypervisor makes this client computer can carry out communication with this management server, and this hypervisor provides one first menu; Wherein this first menu lists this M connectivity port and this R operating system manages for a user, this user selects P connectivity port by this first menu and sets up one second menu in this M connectivity port and this R operating system, and P is less than M adds R.

For foregoing of the present invention can be become apparent, a preferred embodiment cited below particularly, and coordinate institute's accompanying drawings, be described in detail below.

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Fig. 1 illustrates the schematic diagram into long-distance management system.

It is the schematic diagram of the first long-distance management device and connectivity port thereof that Fig. 2 illustrates.

It is the schematic diagram of the second long-distance management device and connectivity port thereof that Fig. 3 illustrates.

Fig. 4 illustrates the network architecture diagram into long-distance management system, client computer and server.

Fig. 5 illustrates the flow chart into method for remote management.

It is the schematic diagram of the first menu that Fig. 6 illustrates.

It is the schematic diagram of the second menu that Fig. 7 illustrates.

Fig. 8 illustrates as hypervisor to show the schematic diagram of the picture signal that each P connectivity port receives one by one at client computer according to the second menu.

Fig. 9 illustrates the schematic diagram of the divided frame of the picture signal received for P connectivity port.

Figure 10 illustrates the network architecture diagram into another preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 11 illustrates a kind of flow chart for setting up the second menu.

Figure 12 illustrates the network architecture diagram into another preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 13 illustrates the network architecture diagram into traditional Remote management.

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10: long-distance management system

20,1310: client computer

30,1320: network

60: the first menus

70: the second menus

90: divided frame

110: the first long-distance management devices

112 (1) ~ 112 (M), 122 (1) ~ 122 (N): connectivity port

114,124: network interface

120: the second long-distance management devices

130: management server

140: hypervisor

510,520,530: step

810,820,830,840,910,920,930,940: picture signal

1330: network-type KVM switch

1332、1342、1352:

1334: computer interface

1340: network-type electric power controller

1344: power interface

1350: network-type serial device management devices

1354: serial line interface

PC-1-1 ~ PC-1-M, PC-2-1 ~ PC-2-N: server

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Referring to Fig. 1 to Fig. 4, Fig. 1 be depicted as the schematic diagram of long-distance management system of the present invention, Fig. 2 be depicted as the schematic diagram of the first long-distance management device and connectivity port thereof, Fig. 3 be depicted as the schematic diagram of the second long-distance management device and connectivity port thereof, Fig. 4 be depicted as the network architecture diagram of long-distance management system, client computer and server.Long-distance management system 10 of the present invention comprises the first long-distance management device 110, second long-distance management device 120, management server 130 and hypervisor 140.This first long-distance management device 110, second long-distance management device 120, management server 130 and client computer 20 have respective IP address respectively.Client computer 20, except a main frame, also has a screen, a keyboard and/or a mouse.Management server 130 carries out communication through network 30 and client computer 20, first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120.Selected by the group that first long-distance management device 110 or the second long-distance management device 120 are made up of network-type KVM switch, network-type electric power controller, network-type serial device management devices and networked environment watch-dog.Network-type KVM switch such as can be the machines such as CN6000, CN8000, KN4132, KN2108 or KN9108 that ATEN International company provides; Network-type electric power controller such as can be the machines such as PN9108 or PN0108 that ATEN International company provides; Network-type serial device management devices such as can be the machines such as SN0116 or SN0108 that ATEN International company provides; Networked environment watch-dog such as can be the GN0116 that ATEN International company provides.

If the first long-distance management device 110 or the second long-distance management device 120 network-type KVM switch, then can connect one or multiple stage computer or the keyboard port of server, mouse port and output end of image mouth (such as VGA or DVI connectivity port).If the first long-distance management device 110 or the second long-distance management device 120 network-type electric power controller, then can connect the power port of multiple stage computer.If the first long-distance management device 110 or the second long-distance management device 120 network-type serial device management devices, then can connect the RS-232 port (being generally a DB-9 connector) of multiple stage network equipment.

As Fig. 2 and Fig. 3 and shown in, first long-distance management device 110 has connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) and network interface 114, and the second long-distance management device 120 has connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) and network interface 124.In a preferred embodiment, connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) or connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) can be RJ-45 connectivity port.In a further preferred embodiment, if the first long-distance management device 110 or and the second long-distance management device 120 is a network-type KVM switch, then connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) or connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) can be the connector comprising keyboard port, mouse port and image-receptive port.In a preferred embodiment again, if the first long-distance management device 110 or and the second long-distance management device 120 is a network-type KVM switch, then connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) or connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) can be the single connector of integrated keypad signal, mouse signal and picture signal.

The connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) that Fig. 2 illustrates is connected to the server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M that Fig. 4 illustrates respectively, and the connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) that Fig. 3 illustrates is connected to the server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N that Fig. 4 illustrates respectively.Server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M and the server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N of Fig. 4 also can change multiple network equipment into, such as hub, router (router) etc.

First long-distance management device 110 is through network interface 114 interconnection network 30, and the second long-distance management device 120 is through network interface 124 interconnection network 30.This network can be LAN (such as an Ethernet) or internet (Internet), and network interface 114 or network interface 124 can be wired connection mode or radio connection.Or, be interconnected with internet between client computer 20 and management server 130, and be interconnected with LAN between management server 130 and the first long-distance management device 110 or the second long-distance management device 120.Management server 130 is in order to manage the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120.In a preferred embodiment, the personal computer that this management server 130 can install management server software by one formed, and based on security consideration, this management server 130 also must install certification gold key (AuthenticationKey), and this certification gold key is stored in a Portable USB storage device.Terminal user only needs to buy this management server software and this certification gold key, is then installed on its personal computer by this management server software and can forms this management server 130.

Hypervisor 140 is executed on client computer 20, make client computer 20 can with management server 130 communication, and then make client computer 20 can understand (such as resolve with deciphering) from the network package of management server 130 to make response, these network package represent the picture signal transmitted by controlled computer (such as the server of the 4th figure).On the other hand, the keyboard of client computer 20 or mouse signal can be rolled into network package and then be sent to management server 130 by network by hypervisor 140, to manage the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120.Wherein hypervisor 140 can be installed via computer fetch medium, or, the webpage that can be provided through the manufacturer of management server thus or dealer by client computer 20 or install after linking download management procedure 140.This computer fetch medium can be a blue light disk, DVD disc, CD disc or other storage device suitable arbitrarily.The operation interface of the integrated above-mentioned three kinds of dissimilar network-type long-distance management devices of an administration interface that this hypervisor 140 provides, user can manage via single management interface the main frame or server that different types of long-distance management device and connectivity port thereof connect.This hypervisor 140 can be windows platforms (Windows-based) type or write as with java applet language, therefore there is the ability of cross-platform (multiplatform), can in the upper execution of existing most operating system (such as MAC, Sun, Linux or Unix).

Referring to Fig. 4 to Fig. 7, Fig. 5 illustrates the flow chart into method for remote management, and it is the schematic diagram of the first menu that Fig. 6 illustrates, and it is the schematic diagram of the second menu that Fig. 7 illustrates.Method for remote management can be used in the long-distance management system 10 that earlier figures 1 illustrates, and comprises the steps:

First as indicated in step 510, the information of the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120 is passed to client computer 20 to produce the first menu 60 by management server 130.The information of the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120 such as comprises the model of the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120, connectivity port number, connectivity port whether online (on-line), connectivity port type, communication protocol address (IPAddress) and medium plan (MediaAccessControl, MAC) address.First menu 60 lists connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) that Fig. 2 illustrates and the connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) that Fig. 3 illustrates manages for user.Therefore, user only needs the IP address (user does not need to know the IP address of the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120) knowing management server, can manage after (Login) management server is logined in IP address thus to the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120.

The connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) that the connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) illustrated due to Fig. 2 and Fig. 3 illustrate is connected to server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M and server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N respectively, and therefore connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) listed by the first menu 60 and connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) can represent (as Fig. 6 illustrates) by server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M and server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N.Then as indicated in step 520, hypervisor 140 provides the first menu 60.In a preferred embodiment, this first menu 60 shows the first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120 with three rank trees, and the server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M administered under it and server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N, wherein management server 130 is zeroth order; First or second long-distance management device of the first figure is the first rank; The connectivity port of the first or second long-distance management device is second-order.In a preferred embodiment, after the first menu 60 is set up, if there is one the 3rd long-distance management device (not shown) to connect so far network 30, this the 3rd long-distance management device initiatively can carry out communication with management server 130, manages so that this 3rd long-distance management device can be included in by management server 130 and upgrades the first menu 60.

Then as shown in step 530, the second menu 70 that user selects P connectivity port and sets up as Fig. 7 illustrates in connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) and connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N), and P is less than M+N.In addition, if the first menu is Q rank trees, then the exponent number of the second menu is not more than Q, such as, be Q-1 rank trees.Such as in more detail, the first menu is that (wherein the first figure management server is zeroth order to three rank trees; First or second long-distance management device of the first figure is the first rank; The connectivity port of the first or second long-distance management device is second-order), then the second menu is that (wherein the first figure management server is zeroth order to second order tree; The connectivity port of the first or second long-distance management device is the first rank).In other words, this second menu does not show these connectivity ports system by which long-distance management device provided.On the other hand, because this first long-distance management device or the second long-distance management device can be dissimilar long-distance management device, such as the first long-distance management device is a network-type KVM switch, second long-distance management device is a network-type electric power controller, therefore can freely be combined in some connectivity port of the first long-distance management device and some connectivity port of the second long-distance management device by user of the present invention, user's Buddhist of sensuously walking back and forth has " virtual unit " of computer connection interface and power port simultaneously management one.Because the connectivity port 112 (1) to 112 (M) of aforementioned first menu 60 and connectivity port 122 (1) to 122 (N) represent with server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M and server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N, therefore, user select among the server PC-1-1 to PC-1-M and server PC-2-1 to PC-2-N of the first inventory 60 for management server.For example, if user is for management server PC-1-1, server PC-1-2, server PC-2-1 and server PC-2-2, then user selects server PC-1-1, server PC-1-2, server PC-2-1 and server PC-2-2 and sets up the second inventory 70 in the first inventory 60, and now namely P equals 4.Namely server PC-1-1, server PC-1-2, the server PC-2-1 and server PC-2-2 of the second inventory 70 represent connectivity port 112 (1), connectivity port 122 (2), connectivity port 122 (1) and connectivity port 122 (2) respectively.

Connectivity port number listed by the second menu 70 is less than connectivity port number listed by the first menu 60 (may up to 65535), and therefore user more effectively can manage by the second menu 70 that it is interested especially or feel the connectivity port of particular importance.In other words, user sets up required connectivity port menu voluntarily by single management interface, to improve operational efficiency and convenience.

Moreover, except abovementioned steps 510 to 530, method for remote management more can switch and set the authority of user further, accesses licensing mode to provide the user of an elastification.Wherein, manager can set the access right of each connectivity port for specific user.Each connectivity port can be accessed separately by a user, and administrative staff also can be the safeguard protection mode that the independent initialization system in each connectivity port logins.

Referring to Fig. 1, Fig. 7 and Fig. 8, Fig. 8 illustrates as hypervisor to show the schematic diagram of the picture signal that each P connectivity port receives one by one at client computer according to the second menu.Aforementioned hypervisor 140 can not only set up the second inventory 70, can also show the picture signal that each P connectivity port receives one by one according to the second menu 70 at client computer 20.For example, P connectivity port comprises connectivity port 112 (1), connectivity port 112 (2), connectivity port 122 (1) and connectivity port 122 (2).Wherein, connectivity port 112 (1) receives the picture signal 810 from server PC-1-1; Connectivity port 112 (2) receives the picture signal 820 from server PC-1-2; Connectivity port 122 (1) receives the picture signal 830 from server PC-2-1; Connectivity port 122 (2) receives the picture signal 840 from server PC-2-2.Aforementioned hypervisor 140 according to the second menu 70 at client computer 20 respectively at time T1 to T4 sequentially display image signals 810 to 840.

Referring to Fig. 1, Fig. 7 and Fig. 9, Fig. 9 illustrates the schematic diagram of the divided frame of the picture signal received for P connectivity port.Aforementioned hypervisor 140 can not only show at client computer 20 picture signal that each P connectivity port receives according to the second menu 70 one by one, also provides divided frame 90 according to the second menu 70 at client computer 20.Divided frame 90 shows the picture signal that P connectivity port receives.For example, P connectivity port comprises connectivity port 112 (1), connectivity port 112 (2), connectivity port 122 (1) and connectivity port 122 (2).Wherein, connectivity port 112 (1) receives the picture signal 910 from server PC-1-1; Connectivity port 112 (2) receives the picture signal 920 from server PC-1-2; Connectivity port 122 (1) receives the picture signal 930 from server PC-2-1; Connectivity port 122 (2) receives the picture signal 940 from server PC-2-2.Namely divided frame 90 is made up of picture signal 910, picture signal 920, picture signal 930 and picture signal 940.Thus, user in same time monitoring multiple servers, can significantly improve the convenience on using.

Please refer to Figure 10, Figure 10 illustrates the network architecture diagram into another preferred embodiment of the present invention.In another preferred embodiment of the present invention, this long-distance management system is except above-mentioned management server 130, first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120, also comprise one first virtual machine software 150 (such as VMware) and one second virtual machine software 160 formed, wherein the first virtual machine software may correspond to R operating system, as operating system 152 (1) to 152 (R); Second virtual machine software 160 may correspond to S operating system 162 (1) to 162 (S).This R operating system 152 (1) to 152 (R) can correspond to multiple application program 1522 more further; This S operating system 162 (1) to 162 (S) also can correspond to multiple application program 1622 more further.

This management server 130 is except managing aforementioned first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120, and the first menu that can also be above-mentioned and Q rank tree manage the first virtual machine software and the second virtual machine software and corresponding multiple application programs thereof.The second menu can also be set up by flow chart shown in Figure 11.A kind of flow chart for setting up the second menu is illustrated referring to Figure 10 and Figure 11, Figure 11.First as shown at step 1110, the information of the first long-distance management device 110, second long-distance management device 120, first virtual machine software 150 and the second virtual machine software 160 is passed to client computer 20 to produce the first menu by management server 130.Then as seen at step 1120, hypervisor 140 provides the first menu.Then as shown in step 530, user selects P connectivity port by this first menu and sets up one second menu (exponent number of its tree is not more than Q in this M connectivity port and this R operating system, be such as Q-1 rank tree), wherein P is less than M and adds R.

Please refer to Figure 12, Figure 12 illustrates the network architecture diagram into another preferred embodiment of the present invention.In another preferred embodiment of the present invention, this long-distance management system, except above-mentioned management server 130, first long-distance management device 110 and the second long-distance management device 120,1 first virtual machine software 150 (such as VMware) and one second virtual machine software 160, also comprises the server 170 (1) to 170 (T) that multiple stage (such as catwalk) is provided with Remote software (such as VNC).This management server 130 can not directly manage those servers 170 (1) to 170 (T) being provided with Remote software by aforesaid network-type KVM switch.Such as this user to be provided with in the server of Remote software from this M connectivity port and catwalk by this first menu and to select P connectivity port and set up one second menu, and wherein P is less than M and adds T.Or this user to be provided with in the server of Remote software from this R operating system and catwalk by this first menu and to select P connectivity port and set up one second menu, and wherein P is less than R and adds T.Or be, this user by this first menu from this M connectivity port, this R operating system and catwalk be provided with in the server of Remote software and select P connectivity port and set up one second menu, wherein P is less than M and adds R and add T.

Although above-described embodiment illustrates for two long-distance management devices, so the present invention is not limited thereto.User's its practical application request visual flexibly adjusts the number of long-distance management device.Similarly, the number of the server that long-distance management device connects or the network equipment, also without particular limitation of.User's its practical application request visual flexibly adjusts the server number connecting long-distance management device.First menu and the second menu are also not limited to aforementioned exposure aspect, and when number and the change of connected server number of long-distance management device, aforementioned first menu and the second menu are about to change its content thereupon.

Long-distance management system disclosed by the above embodiment of the present invention and method for remote management, have multiple advantages, only enumerates certain advantages below and be described as follows:

One, user can manage the connectivity port of different types of long-distance management device via single management interface.

Two, user to be connected port menu voluntarily by single management interface, to manage by the multiple connectivity ports formed in dissimilar long-distance management device, and then improves operational convenience.

In sum, although the present invention with one preferred embodiment disclose as above, so itself and be not used to limit the present invention.Persond having ordinary knowledge in the technical field of the present invention, without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention, when being used for a variety of modifications and variations.Therefore, protection scope of the present invention is when being as the criterion depending on the appended right person of defining.

Claims (9)

1. a long-distance management system, at least comprises:
One management server, in order to manage one first long-distance management device and one second long-distance management device, wherein the first long-distance management device also has M connectivity port, and this second long-distance management device also has N number of connectivity port; And
One administration module, is executed on a client computer, and this administration module makes this client computer and this management server communication, and this administration module provides one first menu;
Wherein this first menu lists this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port manages for a user, and this user selects P connectivity port by this first menu and sets up one second menu in this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port;
Wherein this second menu is only listed this P connectivity port and is managed for this user, and P is less than M+N;
Wherein this first menu has Q rank tree; This second menu has Q-1 rank tree,
Wherein, first menu is three rank trees, in this three rank tree, the first figure management server is zeroth order, first or second long-distance management device of the first figure is the first rank, the connectivity port of the first or second long-distance management device is second-order, and the second menu is second order tree, in this second order tree, the first figure management server is zeroth order, and the connectivity port of the first or second long-distance management device is the first rank.
2. long-distance management system according to claim 1, wherein this administration module also provides a divided frame according to this second menu at this client computer, and this divided frame shows the picture signal that this P connectivity port receives.
3. long-distance management system according to claim 1, wherein this administration module also shows at this client computer the image that each this P connectivity port receives according to this second menu one by one.
4. long-distance management system according to claim 1, wherein the information of this first long-distance management device and one second long-distance management device is passed to this administration module to set up this first menu by this management server.
5. a long-distance management system, at least comprises:
One first long-distance management device, has M connectivity port;
One second long-distance management device, has N number of connectivity port;
One management server, in order to manage this first long-distance management device and this second long-distance management device;
One administration module, is executed on a client computer, and this administration module makes this client computer and this management server communication, and this administration module provides one first menu;
Wherein this first menu lists this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port manages for a user, and this user selects P connectivity port by this first menu and sets up one second menu in this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port;
Wherein this second menu is only listed this P connectivity port and is managed for this user, and P is less than M+N.
6. long-distance management system according to claim 5, wherein this administration module also provides a divided frame according to this second menu at this client computer, and this divided frame shows the picture signal that this P connectivity port receives.
7. long-distance management system according to claim 5, wherein this administration module also shows at this client computer the image that each this P connectivity port receives according to this second menu one by one.
8. a method for remote management, for in a long-distance management system, this long-distance management system at least comprises management server, this management server and client computer carry out communication, this management server is in order to manage the first long-distance management device and the second long-distance management device, and the method at least comprises the following step:
There is provided one first menu, N number of connectivity port of M connectivity port and this second long-distance management device that this first menu lists this first long-distance management device manages for a user; And
In this M connectivity port and this N number of connectivity port, select P connectivity port and set up one second menu, and P is less than M+N.
9. method for remote management according to claim 8, also comprises the following step:
There is provided a divided frame according to this second menu, this divided frame shows the picture signal that this P connectivity port receives, or shows according to this second menu the image that each this P connectivity port receives one by one.
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