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Cheapest remote power solution for cisco rack? Like Baytech, but cheaper?

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I've got a Cisco rack in my room as my lab/test equipment.

Obviously its very loud for a bedroom and puts out wayyy too much hot air when in use, so normally I keep it off.

Sometimes when I'm out somewhere else I want to log in and configure or test stuff, but the stuff is off from when I last left it. I need a way to remotely control the power. I think Baytech is an awesome solution, but might be a little too pricey for me just for this one task.

Is there anything else I can do? Four outlets would be optimal, but I at least need one that I can plug power strips into and remotely control.

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