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NetAXS-123
Access Control Unit
User's Guide
If this panel is to be added to an
existing loop, then some panels
may need to be upgraded.
Please see www.honeywellac-
cess.com.
April 2010
© 2010 Honeywell. All rights reserved.
800-05168, Revision B

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    NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide If this panel is to be added to an existing loop, then some panels may need to be upgraded. Please see www.honeywellac- cess.com. April 2010 © 2010 Honeywell. All rights reserved. 800-05168, Revision B...

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    Ordering Information Please contact your local Honeywell representative or visit us on the web at www.honeywellaccess.com for information about ordering. Feedback Honeywell appreciates your comments about this manual. Please visit us on the web at www.honeywellaccess.com to post your comments.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2.6.2 Displaying and Modifying Cards ............58 2.6.3 Deleting Cards ................... 60 2.6.4 Displaying Reports ................61 2.7 Configuring Other I/O ................... 2.7.1 Inputs Tab ..................63 2.7.2 Outputs Tab ..................66 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    3.2.1 NetAXS-123 Panel Default Settings ..........74 3.3 Supported Configurations ..................3.4 Setting up WIN-PAK .................... 3.4.1 Summary of WIN-PAK I/O Settings for NetAXS-123 ..... 80 3.4.2 General Setup ..................81 3.5 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 ..............3.6 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 ..............

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    A.7.1 Using Internet Explorer Versions IE7 and IE8....... 151 A.7.2 Using Internet Explorer 6 (IE6)............151 A.7.3 Using Firefox 2 or Firefox 3............151 Appendix B NetAXS-123 DIP Switch Settings NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    www.honeywell.com...

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    IGURES Figure 1-1: NetAXS-123 Web Server Hub Connection ..... 5 Figure 1-2: NetAXS-123 Web Server Direct Connection ....6 Figure 1-3: Landing Page .

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    Figure A-20: Add Security Exception Screen ......149 Figure A-21: Unknown Identity Message Screen ......150 viii www.honeywell.com...

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    Table 3-2: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 2 ..........75 Table 3-3: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 3 ..........76 Table 3-4: NetAXS-123/NS4 Interoperability Using a Web Server ......... 77 Table 3-5: NetAXS-123/NS4 Interoperability using WIN-PAK ..........78 Table 3-6: NetAXS-123 to WIN-PAK Mapping ..............

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    NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    Getting Started In this chapter... Overview Connecting to the Web Server Navigating the Landing Page Reading the Select Panel NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 12: Chapter 1 Getting Started

    Overview 1.1 Overview The NetAXS-123 is a modular 1-, 2- or 3-Door access control system. A NetAXS-123 access control site is configured with a host system and access control units that exceed existing N-1000-III/IV, Pro Series specifications and approvals. These units also communicate with each other and with a variety of input and output devices.

  • Page 13: Connecting To The Web Server

    Follow these steps to set up the NetAXS-123 USB connection. 1. Insert the NetAXS-123 Product CD into your Windows-based computer. The NetAXS-123 product menu opens in the web browser. : If the product menu does not open automatically in your browser, right click...

  • Page 14

    If confirmation dialog boxes pop up before or during the installation, Note: click the appropriate boxes to allow or approve the installation. 4. Click to initiate the installation. Install 5. When the installation is complete, the closing screen appears: 6. Click Finish www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 15: Setting Up An Ethernet Port

    Getting Started Connecting to the Web Server 7. Connect the computer to the NetAXS-123 controller with a USB-A to Micro USB-B cable. 8. Turn on the power to the NetAXS-123 controller. For login information, go to https://192.168.2.150. 1.2.2 Setting up an Ethernet Port There are two options for connecting the panel to a PC via a web server: •...

  • Page 16: Figure 1-2: Netaxs-123 Web Server Direct Connection

    Connecting to the Web Server b. For a web server direct connection, connect the computer’s Ethernet port directly to the panel’s Ethernet port with either a crossover or an Ethernet cable. Figure 1-2: NetAXS-123 Web Server Direct Connection NetAXS-123 Panel Terminal Ethernet Port...

  • Page 17

    You will need to re-instate this configuration later. f. Select "Use the following IP address." g. Enter "192.168.1.150" in the IP address field. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    3. Open your browser (Internet Explorer shown below), and enter https://192.168.1.150 as the target address. : When connecting to the web using a browser, you must use Caution for a secure connection. The standard http:// that is the default in https:// most browsers will not work. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 19

    : It is recommended that you change your default user name (admin) and Note password (admin) to a new user name and password at this time. To do this, proceed to the instructions in Configuring Users, page NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 20: Figure 1-3: Landing Page

    Getting Started Connecting to the Web Server 6. Click to display the NetAXS-123 Main Window, sometimes also Login referred to as the “Landing Page”. Figure 1-3: Landing Page The Select Panel column on the right edge of the Main Window displays all Note: panels available to the computer.

  • Page 21: Navigating The Landing Page

    Configuring Users, page 70 and checks account status Manage cardholder cards Maintaining Cards, page 56 Configure time management Time Zones Tab, page 31 Manages access levels Configuring Access Levels, page 54 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 22

    The Controller lists only the door, no numbers. A Con- troller with a 1-door I/O board will report Doors: 1 2. To return to the home page at any time, simply click the Home Page icon. Note: www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 23: Reading The Select Panel

    Reading the Select Panel 1.4 Reading the Select Panel The Select Panel is located at the right margin of the NetAXS-123 web server main screen. The presence of a number in one of the Select Panel cells indicates that its associated panel is online.

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    Panel 2 is selected, and it has no “2” in the example below: unacknowledged alarms. Small white number on a red background, such as Panel 1 is not selected, but it does “1” in the example below: have unacknowledged alarms. www.honeywell.com...

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    Configuring via the Web Server In this chapter... Overview Configuring the System Configuring Time Management Configuring the Doors Configuring Access Levels Maintaining Cards Configuring Other I/O Configuring Interlocks Configuring Users NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 26: Overview

    This chapter explains the NetAXS-123 configuration functions as accessed via the web server. These functions should be performed only by the system administrator or service personnel. The sequence of NetAXS-123 configuration tasks is critical. If you do not Caution: follow the sequence described in...

  • Page 27

    6. Modify access levels to cards. This guide contains many screen captures. These screens have been captured on Note: a Windows XP platform; they may look somewhat different, depending on your platform. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 28: Configuring The System

    2.2.2 Host/Loop Communications Tab To maintain your NetAXS-123 system configuration or to monitor its status, you must connect to the panel using one of two modes: • Host mode (monitor only) – a host software system, such as WIN-PAK™, connects to the panel (through the gateway panel, which has an on-board PCI communications adapter).

  • Page 29: Figure 2-1: Communications > Host/loop > Host/loop Communications Tab

    – Baud Rate (for communication among downstream panels) Click to display the Communications > Host/Loop > Host/Loop Communications Tab Host/Loop Communications Tab. Figure 2-1: Communications > Host/Loop > Host/Loop Communications Tab NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 30: Table 2-2: Communications > Host/loop > Host Loop Communications Tab Fields

    Specifies the port number for the Ethernet port (default is 3001). (Default for Reverse TCP/IP is 5001.) Host IP Address Enter the host system (or WIN-PAK server) IP address here if you selected Reverse TCP/IP in the Connection Type field on this screen. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 31: General Tab

    • Set the general configuration settings. • Reset the panel. Click to display the System Configuration System Tools > General Configuration General tab: Figure 2-2: System Tools > General Configuration > General Tab NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 32: Table 2-3: System Tools > General Configuration > General Tab Fields

    Settings, page 153 for more complete information on DIP switch settings. Type Displays the panel type NetAXS-123. Upgrade Utility Port Controls whether a gateway or downstream panel can be updated through Ethernet from a Windows PC (default=enabled). See www.honeywellaccess.com for details.

  • Page 33

    1, 9, and 13 to act as egress inputs for Doors 1, 2, and 3 respectively. If disabled, those inputs 1, 9, and 13 can be used as general inputs. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 34

    Specifies any information field you might want to put on a card. For example, if you enter “Department” here, a field labeled “Department” appears on the card. The user who creates the card would then enter the card holder’s department name. See Adding New Cards, page www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 35: Firmware Details Tab

    2.2.4 Firmware Details Tab Firmware is software that is embedded in the NetAXS-123 boards. The firmware provides this web interface and all access control functionality. Periodically, the firmware is updated. The Firmware Details tab enables you to download new versions of the firmware, revert to a previous version of the firmware, upload and/or download cards, and configuration databases.

  • Page 36: Network Tab

    Configuring the System 2.2.5 Network Tab Your NetAXS-123 panel is physically configured in one of a number of possible network configurations. For the panel to function in any of these configurations, the other panels and devices in the network must know the panel’s network addresses.

  • Page 37: Site Codes Tab

    1. Enter a name for the site code in the Name field. 2. Enter a unique number (up to five digits) for the site code in the Site Code field. 3. Click to create the site code. Add Site Code NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 38

    1. In the Site Code Number column, click the number of the site you want to delete. 2. Click to display a prompt. Delete 3. Click to delete the site code. To delete all site codes 1. Click to display a prompt. Delete All Codes 2. Click to delete the codes. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 39: Configuring Time Management

    • Force a time synchronization between the panel and the time server. Click tab to display the Current Time tab: Time > Current Time > Current Time Figure 2-6: Time > Current Time > Current Time Tab NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 40: Table 2-4: Time > Current Time > Current Time Tab Fields

    Recommended value is once per day. The panel starts to update time as soon as it is enabled and successfully connects to the Time Server; it will continue to update according to the interval selected from that start point. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 41: Time Zones Tab

    Configuring Time Management 2.3.2 Time Zones Tab The NetAXS-123 panel controls access by using time zones, or time schedules. Inputs, outputs, readers, access levels, and cards through access levels are all configured with time zones by which they will be energized or de-energized, enabled or disabled.

  • Page 42

    (Remember, the time range cannot cross midnight, so 11:59 PM is the limit.) Tuesday-Saturday, 12:00 AM-1:00 AM. Saturday-Sunday, 8:00 AM-1:00 PM. Time Zone 1 is reserved as a default with a time range of 24 hours, seven days a Note: week. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 43

    Zone 3 to link Time Zones 2, 3, and 4 together. Linked in this way, Time Zone 4 tells the NetAXS-123 system that it is also to use Time Zone 3, and Time Zone 3 tells the system that it is to also use Time Zone 2.

  • Page 44: Holidays Tab

    (see Time Zones Tab, page 31). 4. Select the holiday’s month and date from the drop-down lists. 5. Click Add Holiday www.honeywell.com...

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    Modify To delete a holiday 1. In the Holiday column, click the number of the holiday you want to delete. 2. Click Delete 3. Click at the delete prompt. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 46: Configuring The Doors

    2.4.1 Reader A Tab A reader is a device that reads cards and sends the card data to the panel. The NetAXS-123 supports two readers per door. Reader B may be activated and de-activated by the user. The Reader A tab enables you to: •...

  • Page 47: Table 2-5: Configuration > Doors > 1 > Reader A Tab Fields

    The LED resumes rapid flashing between red and green. VIP cards do not need a supervisor card to gain access. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    Unlike Supervisor mode, the Escort mode when active cannot be disabled during its time zone; a supervisor is required for all employee access during Escort mode time zone. VIP cards do not need a supervisor card to gain access. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 49

    Card holders use these readers when attempting to exit the anti-passback-controlled area. - Applies to readers located outside the anti-passback-controlled area. Card holders use these readers when attempting to enter the anti-passback-controlled area. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 50

    Disabled time zone has highest priority, and the Card Only time zone has lowest priority. The access mode defined here for the door can be overridden by a card Note: assigned with a VIP card type. (See Adding New Cards, page 56 information about assigning a VIP card type.) www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 51: Figure 2-10: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Reader A Tab > Card Formats

    The panel supplies the format to the card readers. Then, the card readers can correctly read the card. Figure 2-10: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Reader A Tab > Card Formats NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 52: Table 2-6: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Reader A Tab > Card Format Fields

    2-6. If you select a subset of formats for a given reader, the reader will interpret only those formats and ignore formats that are not selected, as described for the Selected setting in Table 2-6. 5. Click Submit Changes. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 53: Figure 2-11: Card Format Editing Screen

    1230000. This newly modified site code value is then added to the number that the panel has read as the card's ID—that is, 1230000 + 637 = 1230637. The newly combined number becomes the card's new ID value. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 54

    – First bit in the card where card ID begins. Start Bit – Number of bits to the right of the start bit, Num Bits including the start bit, that comprise the card ID. Most formats require only CID A, and not CID B, C, or www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 55

    To return to the default settings for the card format, click . To delete the card format, click Reset Delete NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 56: Reader B Tab

    On the Reader A tab, click the tab to display the Reader B tab. Reader B Figure 2-12: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Reader B Tab Click to display the following “activation in-progress” screen: Activate Reader B Figure 2-13: Reader B Activation In-Progress Message www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 57: Figure 2-14: Reader B Fully Activated

    Reader B. However, these settings can be edited only on the Reader A tab—they cannot be edited on the Reader B tab. Click to deactivate Reader B. Deactivate this reader NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 58: Outputs Tab

    Note that lock and reader LED outputs are associated with each of the doors on a NetAXS-123 panel. Figure 2-15: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Outputs > Lock Dialog Box...

  • Page 59: Figure 2-16: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Outputs Tab

    Configuring the Doors The Reader LED dialog box enables you to configure the Reader LED output: Figure 2-16: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Outputs Tab > Reader LED Dialog Box NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 60: Table 2-8: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Outputs Tab > Reader Led Dialog Box Fields

    Requires a valid card read within the time zone to enable the time zone (period in which doors are unlocked) to take effect. Note that both TZ Card Toggle and First Card Rule cannot be enabled at the same time. Appears only when the Lock option is selected. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 61: Inputs Tab

    Configuring the Doors 2.4.4 Inputs Tab Four inputs are associated with each of the doors on a NetAXS-123 panel: • Status – Provides door status information. • Egress – Allows the door to open or close normally without generating an alarm.

  • Page 62: Figure 2-18: Input Status Mode - Normally Open - Unsupervised Mode

    Closed/Unsupervised Mode. The following screens show the remaining modes: Figure 2-18: Input Status Mode - Normally Open - Unsupervised Mode Figure 2-19: Input Status Mode - Normally Closed - Supervised Mode Figure 2-20: Input Status Mode - Normally Open - Supervised Mode www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 63: Table 2-9: Configuration > Doors: > 1 > Inputs Tab Fields

    Disable Alarm Msgs – Specifies the time period during which Alarm and Normal will not be reported, but Short and Cut will be reported. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 64: Configuring Access Levels

    Since an access level is defined by door and time zone configurations, you must Note: configure the door (see Configuring the Doors, page 36) and the time zone (see Configuring Time Management, page 29) before configuring an access level. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 65: Figure 2-21: Access Levels > Add/modify/delete

    2. From the Time Zone drop-down list, select the Time Zone you want to assign to the door. Note that a Time Zone must be configured in Configuration > Time Management before it appears in the drop-down list. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 66: Maintaining Cards

    • Create cards encoded with the following information: – Card Number(s) – Card Holder Name (first and last names) – Card Type – Personal Identification Number (PIN) – Trace – Expiration Date – Use Limit – Note 1 – Note 2 – Access levels www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 67: Figure 2-22: Cards > Add

    Note that the Temp box is active when the panel is configured for visitor cards in Configuration > System > General (see General Tab, page 21). A card type is required. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 68: Displaying And Modifying Cards

    2.6.2 Displaying and Modifying Cards Use this function to display specified cards and modify them. The Display or Modify Card(s) screen enables you to: • Display cards by searching on any of the following keys: – Card number – Card Holder’s last name www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 69: Figure 2-23: Cards > Display/modify

    Table 2-10 on page 57 to complete the card fields and click Submit Modification(s) If no card is specified, the screen displays a list of all cards in the system. Note: NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 70: Deleting Cards

    1. Enter a value for any of the search keys (card number, card number range, or card holder name). 2. Click to delete all cards matching the search keys you entered. Delete Card(s) 3. Click at the prompt to delete the card. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 71: Displaying Reports

    Note: This screen is very wide, so use the scroll bar across the bottom to access the remaining columns on the right. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 72: Table 2-11: Reporting > Card Reports Fields

    Indicates whether the card is IN the anti-passback area or OUT of the anti-passback area. Note1: Displays informational text that may have been entered in the Note 1 field. Note2: Displays informational text that may have been entered in the Note 2 field. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 73: Configuring Other I/o

    Configuring Other I/O 2.7 Configuring Other I/O This section explains how to configure “other” inputs and outputs on the NetAXS-123 panel. They are called “other” inputs and outputs because you can use them for things other than door lock/unlock functions. This section explains how to configure these other inputs and outputs.

  • Page 74: Figure 2-26: Configuration > Other I/o > Inputs Tab

    Configuring Other I/O Click tab to display the Inputs screen: Configuration > Other I/O > Inputs Figure 2-26: Configuration > Other I/O > Inputs Tab : Use the descriptions in Table 2-12 to configure other panel inputs and Steps downstream inputs. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 75: Table 2-12: Configuration > Other I/o > Inputs Tab Fields

    To enable Auto-Relock, de-select the check box, Disable and select the associated output from the drop-down list. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 76: Outputs Tab

    Auxiliary Output screen for Configuration > Other I/O > Outputs tab the on-board outputs: Figure 2-27: Configuration > Other I/O > Outputs Tab : Use the descriptions in Table 2-13 to configure each output device. Steps www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 77: Table 2-13: Configuration > Other I/o > Outputs Tab Fields

    Toggles the state of the outputs between energized and de-energized status upon every activation (code use, interlock, or manual pulse). Interlock Enables you to disable the interlock, or programmed interaction between two points. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 78: Configuring Interlocks

    (input) detects movement, it causes a horn (output) to sound. The Interlocks screen enables you to: • Create and delete interlocks. • Enable or disable existing interlocks. Click to display the Interlocks Configuration screen: Configuration > Interlocks Figure 2-28: Configuration > Interlocks www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 79: Table 2-14: Configuration > Interlocks Fields

    1. In the Int Lk column, click the number of the interlock you want to delete. 2. Click to display the Delete Interlock screen, and click Delete Interlock complete the deletion. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 80: Configuring Users

    2.9 Configuring Users A user is one who will be using the NetAXS-123 software interface in one or more functional roles. The User Configuration screen enables you to: •...

  • Page 81: Figure 2-29: Users & Accounts > Add/modify/delete

    To modify a user 1. In the field, click the name of the user you want to modify. User Name 2. Change the name, password, account type, or account status. 3. Click Modify NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 82

    Configuring via the Web Server Configuring Users To delete a user 1. In the User Name column, click the user account you want to delete. 2. Click Delete 3. Click at the prompt to delete the user account. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 83: Chapter 3 Using Win-pak With Netaxs-123

    In this chapter... Overview Configuration Guidelines Supported Configurations Setting up WIN-PAK WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 3 Standalone Commands NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 84: Overview

    Overview 3.1 Overview The NetAXS-123 is a modular 1-, 2-, or 3-Door System. It may be configured and managed from WIN-PAK Host Software. However, WIN-PAK does not currently provide native support for the NetAXS-123 controller, so a controller type of N-1000-IV-X is the recommended panel type for WIN-PAK.

  • Page 85: Table 3-2: Factory Default Configuration Settings For Door 2

    Aux Relay Reader Buzzer a. Reader B is not available in WIN-PAK. b. This output may not be controlled from WIN-PAK. However, you may config- ure custom commands to control it. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 86: Table 3-3: Factory Default Configuration Settings For Door 3

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 Configuration Guidelines Table 3-3 lists the factory I/O board default settings for Door #3. These mappings should be used for the readers, inputs, and outputs when a 2-door I/O board is attached to the board-to-board connector on the controller board.

  • Page 87: Supported Configurations

    Panels. The NetAXS-123™ will reject any Binary Commands requested from an NS4-R3. NetAXS-123 Mixed loop of NetAXS-123 & NS4-R3 PCI2/PCI3 Mixed loop of NetAXS-123 & NS4-R3 & N-1000 & NS2 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 88: Table 3-5: Netaxs-123/ns4 Interoperability Using Win-pak

    NS4-R3 & N-1000 & NS2 Additional notes with respect to WIN-PAK compatibility: • WIN-PAK will not be aware of NetAXS-123 specific controller type at NetAXS-123 release. • WIN-PAK configuration of NetAXS-123 3-door system will be supported as an N-1000-4/PW-2000-4X, but reader 4 will be inoperative.

  • Page 89

    (sharing a hold line) to control a single door. However, the current version of WIN-PAK does not support the 2 readers per door using hold lines. • WIN-PAK direct Ethernet to NetAXS-123 is supported; serial Host and Dial-Up Connections are not available on the NetAXS-123.

  • Page 90: Setting Up Win-pak

    3.4 Setting up WIN-PAK 3.4.1 Summary of WIN-PAK I/O Settings for NetAXS-123 The NetAXS-123 controller and I/O board allow two readers (sharing a hold line) to control a single door. However, the current version of WIN-PAK does not provide for this 2-door Reader control using hold lines.

  • Page 91: General Setup

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 3.4.2 General Setup To set up WIN-PAK to control a NetAXS-123 panel, first configure Loop and Panel objects. See Configuring the System, page 18 for detailed procedures. Once you have performed these steps, you may configure the NetAXS-123 Doors as described below.

  • Page 92: Figure 3-2: Egress Setup For Door 1

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 Click the Inputs tab to configure the Egress parameters. Figure 3-2: Egress Setup for Door 1 www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 93: Figure 3-3: Status Setup For Door 1

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 Click the Inputs tab to configure the status setup parameters. Figure 3-3: Status Setup for Door 1 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 94: Figure 3-4: Lock Setup For Door 1

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 1 Click the Outputs tab to configure the lock setup parameters. Figure 3-4: Lock Setup for Door 1 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them.

  • Page 95: Figure 3-5: Reader Led Setup For Door 1

    Click the Outputs tab to configure the Reader LED setup parameters. Figure 3-5: Reader LED Setup for Door 1 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 96: Win-pak Screen Shots For Door 2

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 3.6 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 The following screen shots illustrate setting up Reader, Egress Input, Status Input, LED Output and Lock Output for Door 2. Click the Readers tab to configure the reader setup parameters.

  • Page 97: Figure 3-7: Egress Setup For Door 2

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 Click the Inputs tab to configure the egress setup parameters. Figure 3-7: Egress Setup for Door 2 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 98: Figure 3-8: Status Setup For Door 2

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 Click the Inputs tab to configure the status setup parameters. Figure 3-8: Status Setup for Door 2 www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 99: Figure 3-9: Lock Setup For Door 2

    Click the Outputs tab to configure the lock setup parameters. Figure 3-9: Lock Setup for Door 2 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 100: Figure 3-10: Reader Led Setup For Door 2

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 2 Click the Outputs tab to configure the Reader LED setup parameters. Figure 3-10: Reader LED Setup for Door 2 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them.

  • Page 101: Win-pak Screen Shots For Door 3

    The following screen shots illustrate setting up Reader, Egress Input, Status Input, LED Output and Lock Output for Door 3. Click the Readers tab to configure the reader setup parameters. Figure 3-11: Reader Setup for Door 3 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 102: Figure 3-12: Egress Setup For Door 3

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 3 Click the Inputs tab to configure the egress setup parameters. Figure 3-12: Egress Setup for Door 3 www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 103: Figure 3-13: Status Setup For Door 3

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 3 Click the Inputs tab to configure the status setup parameters. Figure 3-13: Status Setup for Door 3 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 104: Figure 3-14: Lock Setup For Door 3

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 WIN-PAK Screen Shots for Door 3 Click the Outputs tab to configure the lock setup parameters. Figure 3-14: Lock Setup for Door 3 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them.

  • Page 105: Figure 3-15: Reader Led Setup For Door 3

    Click the Outputs tab to configure the Reader LED setup parameters. Figure 3-15: Reader LED Setup for Door 3 Outputs 5 and 6 are system outputs. WIN-PAK cannot control these outputs and Note: you cannot customize them. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 106: Standalone Commands

    3.8 Standalone Commands Standalone commands are not supported in web mode. They are only available Note: for use when you configure your NetAXS-123 system using WIN-PAK’s command files. These standalone commands can also be applied from a “terminal mode” method of programming.

  • Page 107: D (date) Command

    This command would set panel 1 to a date of 1/9/2007 and to Friday as the day of the week. Example #2: _D=25_12/14/2009_7<CR> This command would set panel 25 to a date of 12/14/2009 and to Sunday as the day of the week. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 108: L (time Zone) Command

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 Standalone Commands 3.8.3 L (Time Zone) Command _L=pn_tz_h1:m1-h2:m2_days<CR> Variables: pn = panel number (1-31) tz = time zone number (1-63 (127)) h1 = start time zone: hours (00-23) (Military time) m1 = start time zone: minutes (00-59)

  • Page 109: C (card Add) Command

    This command would configure panel 18 to add a card entry of 52989 to the panels database, that will be valid on readers 1 and 3 during the times and days specified by time zone 120. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 110: C (card Delete) Command

    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 Standalone Commands 3.8.5 C (Card Delete) Command _C=pn_code<CR> Variables: pn = panel number (1-31) code = card number (range depends on card format) Example #1: _C=6_12345<CR> This command would remove card 12345 from panel 6. Example #2: _C=18_52989<CR>...

  • Page 111: H (holiday) Command

    To delete an existing holiday database entry, enter the H command for the desired holiday number WITHOUT the month (mm) and day (dd) parameters. Example: _H=0_1 Holiday 1 is removed from all panels. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    Using WIN-PAK with NetAXS-123 Standalone Commands www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 113

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status In this chapter... Overview Monitoring Alarms Monitoring Events Monitoring Inputs Monitoring Outputs Monitoring System Status NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 114: Chapter 4 Monitoring Netaxs-123 Status

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Overview 4.1 Overview This chapter is written for operators who monitor the following statuses: • Alarms – Alarms are events, or system transactions, that have been assigned alarm status. These often include events such as an invalid card read or a forced door.

  • Page 115: Monitoring Alarms

    • You can display the newest alarms first by clicking . Click Newest Older display the next oldest tab display of alarms. • The Alarms screen dynamically refreshes when new alarms are generated. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 116: Figure 4-2: Monitoring > Alarms > Acknowledged Tab

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring Alarms Click the tab to display the acknowledged alarms: Acknowledged Figure 4-2: Monitoring > Alarms > Acknowledged Tab www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 117: Table 4-1: Monitoring > Alarms Fields

    Invalid Site Codes and invalid PINs are reported with the card number that was swiped along with them. Card Holder Name Reports a Card Holder name on events where the Card Number is an actual card in the system. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 118: Table 4-2: Logical (ln) And Physical (pn) Numbers Of Common Panel Events

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring Alarms Table 4-2 displays the logical and physical numbers of common panel events for three doors. Table 4-2: Logical (LN) and Physical (PN) Numbers of Common Panel Events Egress Status Reader A Reader B Reader A...

  • Page 119: Monitoring Events

    • You can display the newest events first by clicking . Click Newest Older display the next oldest tab display of events. • The Events screen dynamically refreshes when new events are generated. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 120: Table 4-3: Monitoring > Events > Panel Tab Fields

    Table 4-2. Physical device number – A number at the board level that is assigned to a specific alarm generating point. NetAXS-123 I/O board Controller starts at 1 and goes to 8, 1-Door as a new board I/O board goes from 1 to 4, and 2-door goes from 1 to 8.

  • Page 121: Figure 4-4: Monitoring > Events > Web Tab

    Web Events tab: Monitoring > Events > Web Figure 4-4: Monitoring > Events > Web Tab The number of active users is indicated in the upper left corner of the tab. Note: NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 122: Monitoring Inputs

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring Inputs 4.4 Monitoring Inputs The panel supports door, panel, and auxiliary inputs. The door inputs provide egress, status, and tamper monitoring. The panel inputs provide power fail and tamper status. The auxiliary inputs support any monitoring devices connected.

  • Page 123: Figure 4-6: Toggle Shunt State Dialog Box

    2. Click to complete the shunt or un-shunt. Figure 4-6: Toggle Shunt State Dialog Box Figure 4-7 displays an example of a shunted input status. Figure 4-7: Shunted Input Status NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 124: Figure 4-8: Time Zone Restore Dialog Box

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring Inputs 3. Click the input’s button to display a prompt to restore the Restore to Time Zone input to its shunt state based on its current time zone. Click to complete the restoration to the current time zone.

  • Page 125: Monitoring Outputs

    (see Configuring Time Management, page 29). Click to display the Doors/Aux/Other tab of the Output Status Monitoring > Outputs screen: Figure 4-9: Monitoring > Outputs > Doors/Aux/Other Tab NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 126

    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring Outputs To monitor output status 1. To energize an output for an indefinite period of time, click the De-energized status button to display a prompt. Click to complete the change to “Energized.” 2. To de-energize an output for an indefinite period of time, click the Energized status button to display a prompt.

  • Page 127: Monitoring System Status

    • Maximum number of entries in the database. Click then in the navigation menu click System Tools > General Configuration, Status > to display the System Status screen: System Figure 4-10: Status > System NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    Monitoring NetAXS-123 Status Monitoring System Status www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 129: Chapter 5 File Management

    File Management In this chapter... Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123 Generating Reports NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 130: Backing Up And Restoring The Netaxs-123

    File Management Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123 5.1 Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123 Click to display the screen: System Tools > File Upload/Download File Management Figure 5-1: System Tools > File Upload/Download File Management Screen To back up (or upload) data from the panel to the host system 1.

  • Page 131

    Browse 2. Click Immediate 3. Click Download When the download is completed, the panel is immediately rebooted. A status bar indicates the progress of the reboot. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 132: Figure 5-2: File Management Manual Time Setting

    File Management Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123 To restore (or download) firmware later, at a time to be determined later: 1. Click to locate the firmware file. Browse 2. Click Deferred 3. Click Manual Figure 5-2: File Management Manual Time Setting 4.

  • Page 133: Figure 5-3: File Management Automatic Time Setting

    If the database update is successful, this message appears: “Update Successful. Restarting Access Control.” If the database update is not successful, a message states the error condition. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 134

    File Management Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123 To restore (or download) backup files from the host system to the panel: 1. Click to locate the backup file. Browse 2. Click to download the selected backup file. Download To delete language files: 1.

  • Page 135: Generating Reports

    1. Click the By Last Name tab and enter the card holder’s last name in the Enter Last Name box, then click Search 2. Use the History (days) drop-down list to select the duration of days in history. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 136: Table 5-1: Status > Report Fields

    Physical Device Number - A number at the board level that is assigned to a specific alarm generating point. NetAXS-123 Controller starts at 1 and goes to 8, 1-Door I/O board as a new board goes from 1 to 4, and 2-door board goes from 1 to 8.

  • Page 137: Figure 5-5: Event Reports By Card Number Example

    1. Click on the By Card Number tab and enter the card number in the Enter Card Number box, then click Search 2. Perform Steps 2 and 3 under generating an Event Report by Last Name. Figure 5-5: Event Reports By Card Number Example NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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    File Management Generating Reports www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 139: Firmware

    In this appendix... Planning the Upgrade Mixed Revision Loops Uploading Data from the Panel Downloading Data to the Panel Upgrades to Gateway vs. Multi-drop Panels Upgrade Notes Clearing the Cache NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 140: Planning The Upgrade

    Planning the Upgrade Make sure to back up the panel database prior to upgrading the panel firmware. Note: Backing up and Restoring the NetAXS-123, page 120 for instructions. A.1 Planning the Upgrade Because upgrading a loop takes some time, you will want to plan the upgrade to minimize its impact on the access control of your building.

  • Page 141: Mixed Revision Loops

    PC or laptop. Upload 4. Follow the instructions to save a backup file on your PC. Give the backup file a useful name for easy restoring. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 142: Downloading Data To The Panel

    6. Click . If the receiving panel is a gateway panel, it will reboot almost immediately (since no further file transfer is necessary). If, however, the receiving panel is a downstream panel, the file transfer will take approximately two hours. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 143: Downloading Data Later

    Download Browse 3. When a file is selected, click , then click , then click Deferred Manual Download A confirmation prompt appears: NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 144: Figure A-3: Deferred Manual Download Confirmation

    In the example above, Panel #1 is the gateway and is not listed in the display area because it already has the firmware. Panel #2 and Panel #3 are NetAXS-123 panels either being downloaded to or waiting for the download. Panel #6 is not listed in the display area because it is an NX4 panel and cannot currently use NetAXS-123 firmware.

  • Page 145: Figure A-4: Firmware Upgrade Ready For Activation

    Downloading Data to the Panel As the transfer completes to each NetAXS-123 panel on the loop, the file is moved into flash memory so that it remains on the panel even if the panel is rebooted (in which case it will still not be activated until you activate it manually). When the file...

  • Page 146: Figure A-5: Download Progress Complete

    Downloading Data to the Panel 5. Set a date and time for the download and click . When the file Download transfers to all NetAXS-123 panels on the loop have completed, the following screen appears: Figure A-5: Download Progress Complete www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 147: Figure A-6: Firmware Upgrade Pending

    1. In the web server, select to display the System Tools > File Upload/Download File Management screen (see Figure A-1). 2. In the Download section, click to locate the file you want to download. Browse NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 148: Cancelling A Download

    You may return to the firmware download page at any time and cancel all downloads that are pending or in progress. For deferred downloads, the panels waiting to begin are removed from the download queue and the download is cancelled. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 149: Figure A-8: Automatic Download Configuration Acknowledgment

    3. Click to complete the cancellation. 4. The File Management screen will acknowledge cancellation of the automatic upgrade and the need for manual activation (Figure A-4). NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 150: Upgrades To Gateway Vs. Multi-drop Panels

    Connecting to the Web Server, page You cannot have more than one gateway on a loop, so it is critical Caution: that you disconnect the 485 cables on the panel you are upgrading. 3. Log in to your gateway. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 151

    “Download complete” message appears, click again. The “Download image” message appears and tells you to wait five minutes while NetAXS-123 reboots. d. Clear the cache. Before logging back in to NetAXS-123, use the browser-dependent steps to clear your browser cache (Clearing the Cache, page 151).

  • Page 152: Upgrade Notes

    If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, and you receive a certificate error message, follow these steps to clear it: 1. Enter the IP address of the panel into the URL box. The following message appears: Figure A-9: Security Certificate Failure Screen www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 153: Figure A-10: Security Certificate Failure Correction Login

    Figure A-10: Security Certificate Failure Correction Login Click here 3. Click at the top-right of the IP address. The Untrusted Certificate Error Certificate screen appears. Figure A-11: Untrusted Certificate Message NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 154: Figure A-12: Certificate Information Screen

    Upgrade Notes 4. Click the bar. The Certificate Information screen appears. View Certificates Figure A-12: Certificate Information Screen www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 155: Figure A-13: Certificate Import Wizard Welcome Screen

    . The Certificate Import Wizard screen appears. Install Certificate Figure A-13: Certificate Import Wizard Welcome Screen 6. Click to view the Certificate Store screen. Next Figure A-14: Certificate Store Screen NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 156: Figure A-15: Certificate Import Wizard Completion Screen

    Upgrade Notes 7. Accept the default value and click to display the Certificate Import Next Wizard completion screen. Figure A-15: Certificate Import Wizard Completion Screen 8. Click . The following warning appears: Finish Figure A-16: Security Warning Screen www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 157: Figure A-17: Successful Import Message

    144). 11.Click 12.Close the web browser and re-open it. 13.Enter the IP address again into the URL box. The login screen appears without Certificate Error. Figure A-18: Security Certificate Login NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 158: Firefox 3 Security Certificate Failure

    If you are using Firefox 3, and you receive a certificate error message, follow these steps to clear it: 1. Enter the IP address of the panel into the URL box. The following message appears: Figure A-19: Secure Connection Failed Message www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 159: Figure A-20: Add Security Exception Screen

    Upgrade Notes 2. Click on “I Understand the Risks” to expand the screen: 3. Click to display the Add Security Exception screen: Add Exception Figure A-20: Add Security Exception Screen NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

  • Page 160: Figure A-21: Unknown Identity Message Screen

    . The screen returns to the Security Confirm Security Exception Connection Failed screen with a progress bar in the lower right corner. 7. The screen next displays the NetAXS-123 Login screen (8-10 seconds later). 8. Continue with the login. www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 161: Clearing The Cache

    Clearing the Cache A.7 Clearing the Cache The NetAXS-123 panel supports Internet Explorer (IE8), Internet Explorer 7 (IE7), Internet Explorer 6 (IE6), Firefox 2, and Firefox 3. For all browsers, we recommend that you clear the cache after a successful upgrade.

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    Clearing the Cache www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 163: Table B-1: Netaxs-123 Sw1 Dip Switch Settings

    NetAXS-123 DIP Switch Settings This appendix provides a table listing DIP switch settings for the NetAXS-123 panel. Table B-1: NetAXS-123 SW1 DIP Switch Settings Selection Address 1 (default) Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Address 5 Address 6 Address 7...

  • Page 164

    Table B-1: NetAXS-123 SW1 DIP Switch Settings (continued) Selection Address 22 Address 23 Address 24 Address 25 Address 26 Address 27 Address 28 Address 29 Address 30 Address 31 Downstream Panel Gateway Panel (Default) Uses the User Provided Ethernet IP...

  • Page 165: Table B-2: Netaxs-123 Sw2 Dip Switch Settings

    5. Set the DIP switches back to their original positions. 6. Power down, then power the panel back up. 7. The RUN LED should flash normal. The panel is now reset to the original factory default values. NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit User’s Guide, Document 800-05168, Revision B...

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  • Page 167

    Index standalone Card Add Card Delete Access levels Date Access mode Input Reader A Interlock Administrator Time Alarms Time Zone Anti-passback Communications Reader A loop baud rate Automatic firmware download port number Auto-relock type Auxiliary outputs Configuration database mode Continuous card reads Current time Baud rate loop...

  • Page 168

    First card rule Supervised Unsupervised Monitoring alarms events Gateway panel inputs mode outputs status Holidays configuring Host connection NetAXS-123 Host mode connecting to USB connecting to web server direct via hub default settings Icons upgrading Inputs Network configuration auto-relock debounce time www.honeywell.com...

  • Page 169

    Time zones Port number Timeout Pulse time Trace Trigger Reader A Reader B Unsupervised mode Readers Upgrading NetAXS-123 Firmware LEDs Uploading card and configuration data tamper Use limits Reports Users Resistor values Web mode monitoring and configuring Scheduling access Web server connection...

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    Index Door 1 Door 2 Door 3 I/O Settings setup standalone commands www.honeywell.com...

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