MeshCommander Overview

There are a few screen shots of MeshCommander. Gives you a quick view of what this tool can do. First, we have a computer selector. You can enter your Intel AMT computer host names and credentials and connect to them.

When you connect to a computer, you first see the general information screen. Basic information like power state, unique identifier and basic settings. You can also take a look at the hardware inventory for details on how the computer is built.

MeshCommander comes with a full Intel AMT Hardware KVM viewer and Serial-over-LAN terminal. Both built entirely in Javascript, the KVM takes advantage of image compression Intel AMT provides. The source code to this viewer is in the source package and in the samples, so you can add this to your own projects.

Mesh Commander can view both the Intel AMT event log and audit log. In both cases, you can save the logs to file or use the filter box to quickly find the events you are looking for.

Configuring all of the network settings of Intel AMT can be a big problem, but MeshCommander has it all on one screen. You can setup IPv4 and IPv6 network settings, turn on wireless and setup wireless profiles. You can also easily setup certificates and use them to start TLS.

You can setup other user accounts in Intel AMT. This allows the administrator to delegate some features to others.

MeshCommander has plenty more features. Probably the best feature of all is that it's open source and fully web based. So you can install it on an IIS web server in your network and all you need is a browser to manager all of you Intel AMT systems.