CPM-1600-1-EM Console Server + PDU, (16) Port, (16) Outlet, Dual GigE, Modem

CPM-1600-1-EM Console Server + PDU, (16) Port, (16) Outlet, Dual GigE, Modem

WTI Console Server + PDU Combo Unit (2) GigE 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ethernet Ports, (1) V.92 Internal Analog Modem RJ11, (16) RJ45 Serial Ports, (16) NEMA 5-15R Outlets, (4) 20A Inputs, 100/120VAC

SKU:  CPM-1600-1-EM
Price: $3,251.00 (USD)

Accessories Included:

  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet Option Installed - Part# NRC-E-CPM1600
  • V.92 Analog Modem Option Installed - Part# NRC-M-CPM1600
  • Quick Start Guide
  • USB Console Cable - USB Type A to USB 5-Pin Mini-Type B, 6 ft. (1.8 M)
  • RJ11-7 - Telephone Cable, 7 ft. (2.13 m)
  • DPC-19-515P-8F - Power Supply Cable, C19 to NEMA 5-15P, 8 ft. (2.44 m) (4 ea.)

Out-of-Band Rescue™ Console Server + PDU

3rd Generation Processor Engine

Updated 3rd Gen Processor Engine
For Quick Emergency Response

Gigabit Ethernet

10/100/1000 Ethernet
For GigE Networks

The CPM-1600-1-EM Console Server + PDU Manager is a comprehensive Out-of-Band Rescue Solution, which includes all the remote network management tools you need in a single package. When routers, switches and other vital network elements at distant equipment sites become unresponsive, the CPM-1600-1-EM provides NOC personnel with a quick, secure, reliable means to access console port command functions and 120V AC power reboot capabilities at remote sites in order to quickly restore normal operation without the need for a physical service call or truck roll.

In addition to providing remote access to power control and console port command functions, the CPM-1600-1-EM also includes a versatile assortment of user-configurable monitoring and alarm functions. When high rack temperatures, unresponsive devices, power supply irregularities and other signs of potential trouble are detected, the CPM-1600-1-EM can provide immediate notification via email, text message or SNMP trap. In order to provide an audit trail for network administrators, all alarm events, (as well as user activity,) can also be logged for later review.

Out-of-Band Console Access

When a vital network element at a remote site malfunctions, ceases to respond and disrupts network communication, the remote console port access provided by the CPM-1600-1-EM allows personnel at your centralized NOC to correct the problem without the need to travel to the site in person. In cases like this techs can establish an out-of-band connection to console ports on problematic devices at remote sites in order to reload routing tables, change configuration parameters or initiate diagnostic/troubleshooting routines.

When console ports on devices such as servers, routers and firewalls are connected to the CPM-1600-1-EM, remote administrators can individually access each console port by number, name or port group via SSH or Telnet session. The CPM-1600-1-EM also simplifies the process of connecting with a specific port by allowing direct connection, using TCP port assignments.

In addition to providing remote, out-of-band access to console ports, the CPM-1600-1-EM also allows administrators to create connections between console ports. Full matrix capability allows two ports to be easily connected, even when ports are configured for different communication settings.

Out-of-Band Power Reboot Control

It’s no secret that a power reboot is often the most effective way to revive an unresponsive network element. Although a power reboot is a simple proposition when the device in question is located across the room or down the hall, rebooting an unresponsive device can prove to be a much more difficult challenge if the device is located at a remote, inaccessible site. The CPM-1600-1-EM streamlines the process of rebooting remote network elements by providing a secure, reliable means to control reboot functions at remote sites via an out-of-band connection.

When a CPM-1600-1-EM is installed at a remote site, NOC personnel can communicate with the CPM via network or out-of-band and initiate power reboots or control power switching functions remotely, without leaving the office. When temperatures at the remote site exceed acceptable levels, the CPM can also be used to switch off power to nonessential devices in order to conserve power, or switch on cooling systems or other equipment to lower rack temperature.

Security and Authentication

The CPM-1600-1-EM includes a powerful array of security, authentication and encryption functions to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive power control and console management functions. A multi-level user directory allows administrators to set unique passwords, usernames and access privileges for each user account. An address-specific IP security mask allows administrators to limit IP access to specific, user-defined IP addresses or ban entire IP address ranges from accessing the unit. Support for popular third party authentication protocols, such as LDAP, Kerberos, TACACS+ and RADIUS verify the identity of each potential user. Secure Shell (SSHv2,) SSL/TLS and an embedded FIPS 140-2 cryptographic module help to ensure that data and commands sent to and from the CPM-1600-1-EM are safely protected from unauthorized interception.

Supports DUO Technology Radius 2FA

DUO is a cloud based two factor authentication (2FA) service that corroborates the identity of each logon to ensure that users are actually who they claim to be. When a user enters an account name and password to logon to the CPM, DUO then re-authenticates the user’s identity via mobile phone or other device. This effectively shifts access protection from a perimeter based approach that relies on the privacy of the user’s logon credentials, to an application based security solution that requires additional interaction from the user before access is granted.

SAN Certificate Support

In order to help simplify configuration and setup of SSL communication, CPM Series Products now support Subject Alternative Names (SAN). SAN is an extension to SSL X.509, that allows a selection of additional host names (DNS names, IP Addresses, Email Address and URIs,) to be protected by a single SSL Certificate. Subject Alternative Names allow you to perform virtual hosting of multiple SSL sites on a single IP address and eliminate the hassles involved in configuring multiple IP addresses on your server.

Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP)

Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP) simplifies day 0 onboarding of CPM units and in many cases, eliminates the need to have an engineer present during initial set up. If configuration information is not detected during boot up, Zero-Touch Provisioning will be activated and the device will contact a DHCP server and then download a configuration script and perform a firmware update without user intervention. This drastically reduces service interruptions due to human error and cuts the time required to set up newly installed CPM Series products.

Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports for Greater Flexibility

The CPM-1600-1-EM includes dual 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports. This simplifies implementation of an effective out-of-band management strategy by providing support for both a primary network connection and a secondary network connection. In cases where a secondary network is either unavailable or impractical, the secondary Ethernet port can also be connected to a satellite modem or cellular router. This is particularly useful for providing OOB communication with the CPM in situations where equipment is located at remote, inaccessible locations, beyond the reach of network cables.

Internal Modem Provides More OOB Management Options

An internal 56K, v.92 dial-up modem provides an additional avenue for out of band communication with the CPM-1600-1-EM. This can prove very useful in both cases where a secondary network connection is unavailable and in applications that require an additional means for out-of-band access, beyond network communication. In order to authenticate dial-up users before access is allowed, the CPM also includes a dialback security function. The dialback security function allows administrators to define a dialback number for each user. When users attempt to gain access via dial-up connection, the CPM will first prompt the user to enter an account name and password. If a valid username/password is entered, the CPM will then disconnect and call the user back at the dialback number that is defined for that account.

Capture Buffer

In addition to providing a means for remote console port access, the CPM-1600-1-EM can also be used to collect data from attached devices. When CPM serial ports are set for Buffer Mode, this allows the collection of incoming data, such as error messages and status alerts from attached devices. Once stored in CPM memory, this data can be viewed, saved, erased or sent out to another location via SYSLOG. If desired, an SNMP message can be automatically generated to alert administrators that new console messages have been received.

High Amp Power Delivery

The CPM-1600-1-EM includes four power inlets, with each inlet supplying current to four switched outlets. This presence of four power inlets combined with split power bus architecture provides higher amperage to each switched outlet than would be possible with only one power inlet, allowing the CPM-1600-1-EM to be used with high amp devices such as larger routers and switches. The split bus configuration also enables isolation of power supplies. In the event that one power source fails and the four connected outlets are deprived of power, the remaining outlets will still be powered, providing that the power is still available at the inlets that supply those outlets.

Includes Enterprise Management Software

All WTI console server and power control products include our proprietary WMU Enterprise Management Software. The WMU simplifies the task of managing multiple WTI units spread throughout your network infrastructure by providing a centralized control interface. Rather than addressing each WTI device individually, the WMU provides a means to control power switching and port connections on multiple WTI units.

CPM console server + PDU manager with enterprise management software

The WMU also simplifies the process of finding a specific WTI device within your network by allowing descriptive tags, which denote device location or function, to be assigned to each unit. When WTI firmware updates are available, the WMU also allows administrators to update multiple WTI units with a single command, rather than manually updating each individual device.

WMU Firmware

Power Control & Management:

  • (16) Switchable NEMA 5-15R Outlets
  • (4) 20 Amp Power Supplies
  • On/Off/Reboot/Default/Load Shed Switching
  • Outlet Sequencing & Power Up Delays
  • Scheduled Outlet Switching/Reboot
  • Ping Watchdog with Auto Reboot
  • 100-125V AC Power

Serial Console Port Management:

  • (16) RS-232 RJ45 Serial Ports
  • Ctrl+Break Command Block Options
  • SSH/Telnet/Raw-Socket TCP Connection
  • Reverse/Outbound SSH
  • Non-Connect Port Buffering


  • HTTPS, SSHv2, SNMPv3
  • Transport Layer Security (TLS) v1.2
  • IPSec (Server/Client) & OpenVPN
  • IPtables
  • SAN Certificate Support
  • Supports DUO and RSA® Two-Factor Authentication
  • AAA: LDAP / Active Directory / Kerberos / RADIUS / TACACS+
  • Embedded validated FIPS 140-2 Cryptographic Module
  • Port & Plug Specific Password Protection
  • Invalid Access Lockout & Alarm


  • Over-Temperature Alarms
  • Lost Communication Alarm
  • Ping-No-Answer Alarm (Failed Ping Command)
  • Invalid Access Lockout and Alarm (IP Filtering)
  • Power Cycle Alarm and Lost Voltage Alarm
  • Buffer Monitoring & Alarms
  • No Dialtone Alarm
  • Alarm Notification via Email, SNMP, SYSLOG
  • Event and Status Logging Capabilities
  • Command Logging with Audit Trail

Unit Management:

  • RESTful Web Services API
  • Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP) Support
  • CLI & Web-Based GUI
  • Includes Enterprise Management Software
  • Multiple Concurrent SSHv2 Sessions
  • Full MIB Support
  • NTP for True Server Sync

In-Band/Out-of-Band Access:

  • Primary Ethernet: 10/100/1000
  • Secondary Ethernet with Fallback Capabilities: 10/100/1000
  • 56k v.92 Modem with Dialback Security
  • Local Access (RJ45 RS232 & USB Mini Set-up Ports)
  • Supports IPv4 and IPv6


  • (16) RS232 RJ45 Serial Ports
  • (16) Power Outlet Receptacles
  • Co-Location Features
  • Any-to-Any Port Switching
  • Easy-to-Use Menu/Commands
  • NEMA 5-15 Outlet Receptacles
  • (4) 20 Amp Power Supplies


  • Local or Remote Console Port Switching
  • UNIX Serial Console Management
  • TCP/IP, Dial-Up, SSH or Telnet Access to Consoles at Remote Locations
  • Share Multiple Console Ports Using a Single VT100 Terminal or PC
  • In Band Management
  • Out of Band Management


Interface Descriptions:
Ethernet Ports: (2) 10/100/1000Base-T, RJ45
RS-232 Ports: (16) RJ45 (DTE)
Internal Modem: 57.6K, V.92 with Dialback Security

Operating Features:
Memory: 256K per RS232 Port

Voltage: 85 - 125 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power Distribution:
(80% Derated)
7.68 kW
Power Outlets: (16) NEMA 5-15R
Power Inlets: (4) IEC-60320-C20 Inlet, 20 Amp, (4) Power Supplies

Size: 3.5"H x 17.15"W x 12.5"D (2U)
(8.9 cm H x 43.6 cm W x 31.8 cm D)
Weight: 22 Pounds (10 Kg) Shipping Weight
Operating Temperature: 32° to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)
Humidity: 10% to 90% RH
Mounting: 19" Rack Brackets Included

Agency Approvals:
UL 62368-1, cUL, FCC Class A

Serial Cables and Adapters

(Also Available with Straight Pinout Option.)
Target Device End Adapter Cable WTI Device End
RJ45, DCE Serial Console Ports:
Cisco, Juniper and Other Devices
with RJ45, DCE Serial Console Port
(None Required) RJ45 Rollover Cable:
RJ-ROLL (7 ft. / 2.13 m)
RJ-ROLL-25F (25 ft. / 7.62 m)
WTI CPM Series
with Standard RJ45,
DCE Serial Console Port

RJ45, DCE Serial Console Ports:
Cisco, Juniper and Other Devices
with RJ45, DCE Serial Console Port
(None Required) RJ45 Straight Cable:
RJX-7 (7 ft. / 2.13 m)
RJX-15 (15 ft. / 4.57 m)
RJX-25 (25 ft. / 7.62 m)
RJX-50 (50 ft. / 15.24 m)
WTI CPM Series
with Optional Straight Pinout,
RJ45, DTE Serial Console Port

DB9M Serial Console Ports:
Linux PC or Laptop and Other Devices
with DB9M Serial Console Port
Snap Adapter
RJ45 Straight Cable:
RJX-7 (7 ft. / 2.13 m)
RJX-15 (15 ft. / 4.57 m)
RJX-25 (25 ft. / 7.62 m)
RJX-50 (50 ft. / 15.24 m)
WTI CPM Series
with Standard RJ45,
DCE Serial Console Port

DB25F Serial Console Ports:
Terminal/DTE and Other
Devices with DB25F
Serial Console Port
Snap Adapter
RJ45 Straight Cable:
RJX-7 (7 ft. / 2.13 m)
RJX-15 (15 ft. / 4.57 m)
RJX-25 (25 ft. / 7.62 m)
RJX-50 (50 ft. / 15.24 m)
WTI CPM Series
with Standard RJ45,
DCE Serial Console Port

RJ45 Serial Port Pinout

(Also Available with Straight Pinout Option.)
RJ45 Serial Port Pinout

When new, improved versions of product firmware become available, the "Upgrade Firmware" function can be used to update the unit. To receive the latest available firmware update from WTI Technical Support, please click on the link below and complete the form.

Request Firmware

To speak with a qualified sales engineer about your firmware request, please call: 1.800.854.7226

Latest Firmware Version:

Any questions? Submit your request regarding this product.