To transfer information between Security Center and your OnGuard system, you must configure a proxy to connect the plugin to the OpenAccess API, which retrieves information from the OnGuard database.
Before you begin
- Download and install the OnGuard plugin.
- Add the OpenAccess API license to the OnGuard server license.
- Install and configure the OpenAccess service on your OnGuard server.
- Obtain OnGuard user credentials which have access to the OpenAccess API and the
necessary rights.NOTE: It is recommended that you perform tests using your system administrator account.
What you should know
- The proxy is installed as part of the plugin.
- The configuration page for the proxy opens in a web browser when the installation of the plugin is complete.
In your web browser, open the proxy configuration page at
https://<IP address of the Security Center server hosting the
plugin>:<Web server port>/config/.
The default web server port is 1312.NOTE: You must be an Windows administrator on the server that hosts the web page for the proxy.
In the Third-party configuration section, enter the
- The IP address and port number of the OpenAccess API. This is typically entered as https://<IP address of the server hosting the OpenAccess API>:<Port used to communicate with OpenAccess API>. For example, this could be https://192.168.1.2:8080/.
- The username required to login to OpenAccess.
- The password required to login to OpenAccess.
- Click Save.
In the Web server configuration section, enter the
- Web server port
- The port on which the proxy will host its web configuration server and its API. This API is used to communicate from the plugin to the proxy and request data from OpenAccess.
- The password used to access the proxy. This is set during the installation process of the plugin.
- Click Apply.
Connect the OnGuard plugin role to the OnGuard system.