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Adding a Key Scheduler

This section describes how to add an N105 Key Scheduler to iLOQ Locking System.

The procedure for adding and connecting a Key Scheduler is identical to the process of preparing a Net Bridge, with the exception that you can only connect Programming Hot Spots, not any Door Modules, to a Key Scheduler.

  • Connect the Key Scheduler according to separate instructions (for Net Bridge). You can also connect the Programming Hot Spots at this phase, if necessary. You can test the server connection at the office before installation without any bus devices, if both the office and the site use the DHCP protocol to provide the IP address and other related network configuration information.
  • Remove the empty token from the token holder in the Key Scheduler.
  • You will need a USB memory stick. The memory stick must not be encrypted, and it must be formatted as FAT32.
  • Ensure that you have the appropriate licenses for the bus devices that will be connected to the Key Scheduler. The Key Scheduler license itself enables connecting one Programming Hot Spot. It is also possible to connect more Programming Hot Spots if you reserve additional S10 Online bus device licenses for the Key Scheduler.
  • You will need the locking system master password in this procedure.

Proceed as follows.

  1. Select Administration > Browse network modules.

  2. Select Add network module.
    The Adding a network module wizard is opened.
  3. Select Add network module.
  4. Enter the basic information for the network module, as follows:
    • Name — Enter a name for the new network module in this field. Use a descriptive name. You can use, for example, a name that reminds you of the network module location.
    • Type — Select Key Scheduler in the drop down menu.
    • License — Select Key Scheduler license type. Two new fields become available:
      • Count of reserved bus devices — Define the number of Programming Hot Spot devices you are planning to connect to this Key Scheduler.
      • Count of connected bus devices — This flow field indicates the current number of connected devices. As we are adding a Key Scheduler, the count is 0.
    • Has key programming hot spot — Select this check box if the network module will have at least one Programming Hot Spot connected to it.

    Select the Active radio button. You can select the Not in use radio button if you do not have an active license yet, but you want to configure the network module anyway.

  5. Select Next.
  6. Select Next.
  7. Fill in the network module settings as follows:
    • Service address — Service address is the locking system server address. Accept the suggested address.

    • User ID — Select the User ID for the network module in the drop-down menu.

      If there are no users in the User ID drop-down menu, select Add new network module user to add a new user, and follow the wizard.

      Tip:

      Usually one network module user for each locking system is enough, even with several network modules in use.

    • Password — Enter the Password for the network module user, in this field.

  8. Select Next.
  9. If necessary, fill in the local network settings.
    If the Key Scheduler is located in a network where IP addresses are obtained from a DHCP server, you do not have to fill in the local network settings. However, if this is not the case, ask the required data from the network administrator.
  10. Select Next.
  11. If necessary, change the number of the firewall port for receiving messages. Ask the required data from the network administrator.
  12. Select Next.
  13. Connect a memory stick to the computer USB port.
  14. Select the Save file to memory stick radio button, and select the disk drive of the memory stick (for example, J:\). The program adds the file name automatically.
    Alternatively, you can select the Save file to disk radio button to save the file onto your hard disk, in the directory of your choice, and copy it to the memory stick later. If this is the case, remember to paste the file to the root directory of the memory stick (not to a subdirectory).
  15. Select Next.
  16. A summary screen is shown.
  17. Select Ready.
  18. Type in the locking system master password.
  19. Insert the empty token that you took from the token holder, to the Programmer socket.
    Ensure that the token clicks to its place.
  20. Wait until the token is programmed.
  21. Insert the login token to the the Programmer socket.
    Ensure that the token clicks to its place.
  22. Select Close.
  23. Insert the token to the token holder in the Key Scheduler.
  24. Insert the memory stick to the Key Scheduler USB port.
  25. Switch the  switch to ON.
    1. An internal test procedure is started.
    2. Check that the USB indicator blinks green five times, indicating that it is reading data from the memory stick. It it does not blink green, the Key Scheduler cannot read the memory stick. If this is the case, try to add the Key Scheduler with another memory stick, or format the memory stick to the FAT32 file system.
    3. Constant green FUNC, SYSTEM STATUS and possibly SERVER CONN. are illuminated to indicate that the server connection has been successfully tested.
  26. If SERVER CONN. is illuminated green, the Key Scheduler has reported itself to the server.
  27. If you:
    • Plan to connect Programming Hot Spots, switch the  switch to STANDBY, and see Connecting a Programming Hot Spot.

    • Plan to leave the Key Scheduler in this location, the procedure ends here.

  28. Place the network module onto the floor plan.
    The procedure is similar to the process of placing locks onto the floor plan. For more information, see section Placing Locks onto a Floor Plan.
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