Managed network access for client and guest devices.
Safeguard privacy and optimize user access with Echo. Ensure network users only ever see those devices that have been allocated to them by setting permissions and enabling access. This is a must-have tool for ETOs and engineers looking to manage onboard networks.
In more detail:
Echo is a user-friendly management solution that enables secure and managed network access for client devices such as Apple TVs. It is designed to manage which device will be shown over the network and who has permission to see this device. As a result, network users only see those devices to which they have access.
Owner specified devices such as Airplay, Chromecast or Miracast etc can be allocated for the Owner’s use only and as such, remain hidden from view to guests and other network registered users. This means, for example, that Guests cannot accidentally select the Owner’s Apple TV. Personal devices can be made available on the network but still remain private as they will only appear to those with permission.
Management of Echo takes place via the web portal where access and permissions can be assigned. Guest Access is provided via the captive portal enabling access to the network. Private and personal content can be added to this landing page. Echo features several management tools which ensure unregistered users cannot gain access and that make adding and removing devices straight forward and efficient.
- Managed user and device registration and permissions
- Users can register using a PIN code
- Clear overview of all registered devices on the network and per VLAN
- Unreported / registered devices unable to gain access
- Easy removal of void and expired devices and users
- Search by user and/or device
- Airplay / Chromecast gateway within same portal to allocate specific room to specific user devices
- Control gateway within same portal to allow user devices to control specific rooms
- Captive portal for users can be fully customized with the yacht's name, logo and images of choice