We're in the market for a KVM1 switch which we can control over IP2 -- either RDP3 or VNC4, probably.
We don't want to spend too much (obviously), but we'd like it to be very reliable. The intention is that it'll be rack-mounted, but if it has to sit on a shelf it won't kill us.
Recommendations, links, offers to sell us one second hand, all that sort of stuff, are welcome in the comments here.
Thanks in advance.
1 Keyboard, Video, Mouse. With the switch, we can talk to any one of several servers with just one keyboard and so on.
2 Internet Protocol.
3 Remote Desktop Protocol -- as used in systems such as Microsoft Terminal Servers, or the Remote Desktop thing that comes with Windows XP.
4 Another method of remote-controlling things with a graphics screen. I think the protocol is called "remote frame buffer".