Before you install the Restricted Security Area Surveillance plugin, you must complete some pre-configuration tasks.
- Read the release notes for any known issues, limitations, supported software and hardware, and other information about this release.
- Install Security Center 5.6 SR3 CU1 on all servers and workstation in the network.
- Make sure that you have the required software and hardware deployed, as listed in Compatibility for Restricted Security Area Surveillance plugin 1.1 and System requirements for Restricted Security Area Surveillance plugin 1.1.
- Make sure that you have the required licenses installed in Security Center. For a list of the certificate's part numbers, see License part numbers for Restricted Security Area Surveillance integration.
- Make sure that the Omnicast™ features are enabled and that you have at least one working camera.
For a SpotterRF system, take note of the following information, which you will need later to configure the plugin.
- IP address of the server that hosts Network IO
- TCP port used to communicate with the plugin
- User credentials for an administrator-level user
For a Navtech Radar system, deploy and configure their Witness software as documented on their website, and take note of the following information:
- IP address of the Witness Canary server
- The TCP port used to communicate with the plugin
- Verify that the tracking system can communicate with the Security Center server that will host the plugin.
- Verify that the tracking system and the plugin server have the same date, time, and timezone.
- In Security Center, add a geo-referenced map, and the custom events and alarms that you will need for responding to intrusion alerts in restricted security areas.