In addition to providing TCP/IP connectivity, the IDG 9074 Secure
Communications Controller also provides COAX output. COAX output enables
the IDG 9074 the ability to support up to 32 COAX devices such as: STK
tape silos, COAX printers and 3270 type terminals.
The IDG 9074® supports HP laser printers connected either directly
to a PC or via Ethernet. The printer is connected directly to the host
and can communicate required events from the printer to the host, etc.
Printer status can be checked to ensure job completion.
In addition to providing support for legacy control unit terminal (CUT)
devices, the IDG 9074 supports legacy DFT devices, such as 3290 plasma
displays and PCs with 3270 adapters, having the ability to display up to
five simultaneous sessions across a single coaxial cable connection.
Hot Console Support
Another feature of the IDG 9074 is Hot Console Support. Hot console
support creates a virtual terminal within the IDG 9074, ensuring that
the mainframe always has a terminal with which to communicate.
Automatic Network Recovery
The IDG 9074 detects loss of connectivity on the network path and can
immediately connect to an alternate network path.
Extended OMA Support
Extended Optical Media Attached (Extended OMA) enables the IDG 9074 the
ability to transfer files and data from the host to an emulated tape and
archive the information on removable media (i.e. DVD).
Optical Media Attach (OMA)
The IDG 9074 offers Optical Media Attach (OMA) support, which can be
used as a convenience media to read software distribution shipped on CD,
such as from VM, and can be particularly helpful when tape drives are
SecureAgent® products are central to the Disaster Recovery Plans
of some of the largest organizations in the world. If a disaster occurs,
instant access to critical systems is needed to ensure that business
disruptions are minimized and normal operations resume as quickly as
possible. Today, where technology and business are converging, any
disruption could be devastating. The use of SecureAgent® technology can
mean the difference for your business between potential disaster and
temporary inconvenience. The IDG 9074 provides secure access to any
remote disaster recovery site. It simultaneously enables technical
personnel to work from local or remote locations, providing the ultimate
in continuous secure operations in the event of a disaster.
The Secure TN3270 client from Secure Data Innovations provides additional
functionality such as Instant Replay, integrated REXX capabilities, and
Secure Remote Access. Our patent-pending Instant Replay enables the
operator to view a screen-by-screen playback of their connected session.
With the incorporated REXX capabilities, you can launch a variety of
REXX programs from within your open window. Secure Remote Access enables
technical support personnel to work securely from local or remote
SecureAgent® Administrator (SAA)
SecureAgent Administrator (SAA) enables data center personnel to
securely administer, from workstation(s), all 9074 machines in the
enterprise, regardless of their physical location. Use SAA to set up
user ID’s, groups and privilege levels, as well as for configuring 9074
control units, addresses and LU’s.