For the Synergis™ unit to communicate with the STid readers connected to it, you must configure and enroll the readers in the Synergis™ Appliance Portal.
Before you begin
What you should know
- Log on to the Synergis™ unit.
- At the top of the Hardware column, click Add ().
- In the Add hardware dialog box, select STid as the Hardware type.
Select the Channel (A, B, C, or D).
NOTE: If your Synergis™ unit has an optional expansion module, then you have additional channels. For more information, see the SY-CLOUDLINK-312 Quick Start Guide.
- Under SSCP protocol version, select either V1 or V2, depending on which protocol the reader supports.
Set the Bits per second and Physical
address (from 1 to 127).
The Bits per second rate is a channel property, and follows the bit rate of the last interface module added to the channel. The default bit rate is 38,400 bps. Higher bit rates will improve card read time at the cost of maximum wiring distance.
The port, bit rate and physical address for the reader are configured in Synergis™ Softwire.
(Optional) If you are using protocol version V1, select a
- Select the reader at the address you configured and click Edit ().
From the Communication mode list, select a mode:
NOTE: If you are using V2, then only the Encrypted and signed option is available.
- Plain (default mode)
- Encrypted (private communications)
- Signed (authenticated communications)
- Encrypted and signed (both private and authenticated communications)
The Tamper erases keys option is active by default, and erases all on-board keys if the unit is tampered with.
- Click Save.
- From the hardware tree, select the interface you configured and click Edit ().
In the dialog box that opens, select the Programming mode check
box and click Save.
The system programs the reader with your physical address and bit rate configuration.
- Select the interface and click Edit ().
- Clear the Programming mode checkbox and click Save.
Repeat the procedure to add the remaining readers one at a time, and one reader per
NOTE: If you are adding multiple readers to one port, use a free port to configure them one by one before connecting them to their target port.