Before intrusions can be triggered when custom events are generated, you must create the Genetec driver tracking system to listen to those events.
Before you begin
- The Map or Advanced license package is required to create the Genetec driver tracking system.
- Create a georeferenced map in Security
For more information, see the Security Center Administrator Guide.
What you should know
- If you have tracking devices integrated in Security Center through plugins other than RSA Surveillance, you can configure the Genetec driver tracking system to trigger intrusions from the custom events of the other plugins.
- If you want to use native Security Center events to trigger the intrusions, configure the Genetec driver tracking system to listen to the RSA Generic Event, and then create the Genetec driver macro to generate that event.
- You can only create one Genetec driver tracking system per Security Center system.
- From the Config Tool home page, open the Area view task.
- Click Add an entity (), and then select Tracking system.
On the Tracking system information page
of the wizard, enter the following information:
- Select Genetec Driver.
- Enter a unique name for this tracking system.
On the Specific configuration page, click Add
event (), and then specify the following:
- Click Unassigned, and then select a custom event from the list.
An intrusion is triggered when the event is triggered.
If you want to use native Security Center events to trigger intrusions, select the RSA Generic Event.
- Select the behavior of the intrusion:
- Triggers the intrusion at the same coordinates as the event.
- Triggers the intrusion in the center of the specified RSA zone.
If you selected the RSA Generic Event, select Static.
- If the Type was set to Static, click Unassigned, and then specify an RSA zone.
- Click Unassigned, and then select a source entity. The intrusion is only created if the source of the triggered event is the same as the selected source.
- Click Finish.