To monitor, control, and report on an intrusion panel, it must be enrolled in Security Center.
Before you begin
- Read the release notes related to the Genetec™ Intrusion Protocol extension and the specific intrusion panels that you want to enroll to understand the known issues, limitations, supported features, etc.
- Deploy and configure the Genetec™ Intrusion Protocol extension.
- Connect a Genetec™ Intrusion Bridge to theGenetec™ Intrusion Protocol extension.
If your panel manufacturer does not use encryption in their communication protocol, your panels must be hosted on an isolated private network to prevent attackers from intercepting data related to the panel.
What you should know
- From the Config Tool home page, open the Intrusion detection task.
Select the Intrusion Manager role, click the Genetec™
Intrusion Bridge tab and select the bridge that you want the unit to connect
- Click the Enroll unit button.
In the Enroll unit dialog box, configure the following:
- From the list, select the type of unit that you want to enroll.
- IP address
- The host address of the panel.
- The port number that is configured on the panel for communicating with Security Center.
- Unit name
- The name that you want to apply to the unit.
- Provides the option to enroll a unit that is disconnected from the network.
- Provides the option to import users.IMPORTANT: If the option to import users is not selected, all users are deleted from the panel.
- The passcode configured on the panel.NOTE: This field is only used when enrolling Bosch panels.
- Click Enroll.
- The unit is displayed in the entity browser, nested under the Intrusion Manager role. It
is also displayed in the list of units in the Genetec Intrusion
- The areas, inputs, outputs, and intrusion panel users are pulled in Security Center.