Integration overview for the DMP intrusion panel extension - DMP intrusion panel 4.2.1

DMP Intrusion Panel Extension Guide 4.2.1

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DMP intrusion panel 4.2.1
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DMP intrusion panel

You can integrate DMP intrusion panels into Security Center using the DMP intrusion panel extension by following a sequence of steps.

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Understand prerequisites and key issues before deploying
1 Learn what you can do using the extension.
2 Before installing the extension, read the release notes to learn about the new features, the known issues, and the limitations.
3 Learn about the different components and how they connect together.
4 Ensure that the server where the extension will be installed meets the recommended system requirements and is running a compatible version of Security Center.
Prepare Security Center
5 (Optional) In Security Center, create a georeferenced map.
6 Verify that the Security Center license has a valid certificate for the . Go to the Config Tool home page, click Aboutextension > Certificates, and confirm that DMP intrusion panel is in the list.
Deploy the extension
7 On a Security Center server, download the extension and install it. Downloading and installing the DMP intrusion panel extension.
8 Grant users the privileges that they need to use the extension.
9 If not yet done, create the Intrusion Manager role for managing the DMP intrusion panel extension. Creating the Intrusion Manager role.
10 Schedule regular back ups and grooming of events. Scheduling database backups and cleanups for the DMP intrusion panel extension.
11 (Optional) Change the extension configuration to suit your particular needs. Configuring communications parameters for all DMP intrusion detection units
Add and configure the devices
12 Prepare the intrusion devices for enrollment.
13 Add intrusion devices as intrusion detection units in Security Center.
14 Verify that the DMP inputs and outputs are listed as expected.

(Optional) Change the names and descriptions of inputs and outputs.

Viewing and configuring DMP inputs and outputs.
15 (Optional) Enable PIN padding. Enabling PIN and user code padding.
16 (Optional) Configure inputs to raise a Trouble event. Configuring a DMP input to raise a Trouble event.
17 (Optional) Assign cameras to intrusion detection areas and inputs so that you can view video of related events. Assigning cameras to intrusion detection areas and inputs.
18 Review the arming configuration of your intrusion detection areas.

(Optional) Change the Bad Zones setting.

Configuring bad zones and reviewing arming parameters for DMP intrusion detection areas.
19 Create event-to-action for intrusion detection events. Mapping intrusion panel events to Security Center actions.
Synchronizing and configuring DMP user codes and Security Center cardholders
20 Import the DMP users from a panel. Importing DMP intrusion panel users as cardholders.
21 If you have Security Center cardholders you want to add as a user on the panel, export those cardholders to the DMP panel. Exporting cardholders to a DMP intrusion panel.
22 Define the ambush code as the duress cardholder. Defining the ambush code as the duress cardholder.
23 (Optional) Schedule automatic updates of users. Scheduling and automating cardholder export.