The Receiver extension 3.1 includes the following known issues.
|2491784||When an event code mapping is modified and given the same event code as a different mapping, the triggered error message references creating an event code instead of modifying one.|
|2437567||Bosch Receiver: AC fail, Battery fail, and Tampered events will put the unit in a warning state, but will not be checked off in the System status task.|
|1632896||When panels are added to a receiver that is deactivated, the panels are added to the license count, and so fewer licenses are available for active receiver units. Deactivated receivers should not consume licenses.|
|1631169||When a deactivated receiver has more panels than available licenses, it is
possible to activate the receiver and add more panels. When the receiver is
deactivated, it no longer releases licenses. Deactivating a receiver should release
all panel licenses.
Workaround: To release the panel licenses, deactivate the receiver, and then in Server Admin, restart the Security Center Directory.
|1624197||When an intrusion detection unit is offline because a license is unavailable,
it will not come back online automatically when a license is
Workaround: Make sure you have a license available. Deactivate the offline unit, and then activate it.
|1622958||Some receivers send the same event message when an event first occurs (opens)
and when it ends (closes).
Workaround: Look at the description to see if the event was opened or closed.
|1617632||When adding multiple alarm receivers, each receiver must be assigned a unique port number, even if the receivers have different IP addresses.|
|1601488||If a user has a panel or area selected in the Unit
mappings page of an intrusion detection unit, and a new area or input
for that unit is created automatically by the system, the page is not updated to
show the new entity.
Workaround: Refresh the Unit mappings page to see new entities.