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DMP Intrusion Panel Setup (GW Firmware 3.2 and above)

Last Updated: Jan 31, 2017 03:43PM PST
DMP Intrusion Panel Setup 

NOTE: The NLSS GW System simply reads the configuration set within the DMP Intrusion Panel.  The NLSS system in no way programs or configures the DMP Panel.

DMP Intrusion panels are used as part of an intrusion system and integrate with the NLSS gateway for the purposes of one way communication from the DMP panel to the NLSS Gateway.  This communication is for the purpose of arming / disarming zones and transferring alerts.  There are a number of important setup considerations for proper communication between the NLSS Gateway and DMP panels.  The following is a description of what is needed. 

 Obtain Panel IP Address: 

        1. Momentarily place the Reset jumper over both of the J16 pins to reset the panel.
2. Enter the code 6653 (PROG) and press CMD.
3. The keypad displays: PROGRAMMER.
4. Press CMD to cycle through to NETWORK OPTIONS
5. Press any of the SELECT KEYS (4 buttons under LCD)
6. Press CMD until IP address appears
7. Note the IP address

 Configure DMP Panel to communicate with NLSS Gateway 

        1. Run Remote Link software (as Administrator) on computer connected to same network as DMP Panel
2. Default user/pass = new/new
3. Add DMP Panel to Remote Link Database
- Click File > Panel Information
- Click New
- Choose XR100N or XR500N as Model
- Receiver = 1
- Account = 12345 (if default)
- Under "Connection Information" choose "Network" as type
- Enter IP address discovered in previous steps.
- Click OK
4. Connect to Panel
- Click Panel > Connect
- Click Connect button
- Dialogue should display "Connected"
- Click OK button
5. Configure Remote Options (allows GW to communicate with DMP Panel)
- Click Program > Remote Options
- Under General, check "Remote Disarm"
- Under Network, check "Allow Network Remote"
- Under Entre':
- Select "Net" for Entre' Connection
- Enter Gateway IP address for Entre' IP and Entre'Backup IP
- Leave ports as defaults
- Click Ok
6. Send data to Panel
- Click Panel > Send
- Click Send button

 Add Panel to Gateway 

        1. Goto Configuration > Intrusion > Panel
2. Click Add
3. Enter panel name
4. Choose Intrusion panel type
5. Enter Account number (default = 12345)

NOTE: When entering the account number, add a leading "0" (zero) to this field.  This ensures that the gateway correctly communicates to the DMP panel.
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6. Enter IP address of panel (Discovered in "Obtain Panel IP Address" above)
7. Click Save
8. Once saved, change AdminState to "In Service"
9. Click Save

NOTE: Areas and Zones that were configured within the DMP Intrusion Panel should now show up under Operations > Areas/Zones.  You can also add these to a map via Configuration > Permissions > Groups.
 OPTIONAL: Setting DMP Panel IP address to static (via Keypad) 

        1. Momentarily place the Reset jumper over both of the J16 pins to reset the panel.
2. Enter the code 6653 (PROG) and press CMD.
3. The keypad displays: PROGRAMMER.
4. Press CMD to cycle through to NETWORK OPTIONS
5. Press any of the SELECT KEYS (4 buttons under LCD)
6. To turn DHCP off, press the third SELECT KEY to choose NO 
7. Press the CMD key to advance to IP Address
8. Enter static IP Address

NOTE: When entering an IP, Gateway, or Subnet Mask address be sure to enter all 12 digits and leave out the periods. For example, IP address 192.168.000.250 is entered as 192168000250.

9. Press the CMD key to advance to Gateway Address (This is the network gateway IP address, not the NLSS Gateway IP address)
10. Enter network gateway IP address
11. Press CMD to advance to Subnet Mask
12. Enter Subnet Mask
13. Press CMD to advance to DNS Server
14. Enter DNS Server IP Address
15. Press CMD several times until you see STOP
16. Press any of the SELECT KEYS to Save the settings to the DMP Panel

 OPTIONAL: Setting DMP Panel IP address to static (via Remote Link software) 

        1. Run Remote Link software (as Administrator) on computer connected to same network as DMP Panel
2. Default user/pass = new/new (if applicable)
3. Connect to Panel
- Click Panel > Connect
- Click Connect button
- Dialogue should display "Connected"
- Click OK button
4. Configure Network Settings
- Click Program > Network Options
- Uncheck DHCP
- Enter Local IP Address
- Enter Gateway Address (This is the network gateway IP address, not the NLSS Gateway IP address)
- Enter Subnet Mask
- Enter DNS Server
- Click Ok
5. Send data to Panel
- Click Panel > Send
- Click Send button

 Update DMP Panel IP Address in NLSS Gateway 

        1. Goto Configuration > Intrusion > Panel
2. Select Intrusion Panel
3. Update AdminState to "Out of Service"
4. Click Save
5. Enter new IP address
6. Click Save
7. Update AdminState to "In Service"
8. Click Save

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