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2.6.3 Encryption Conettix IP shall support communications using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit Rijndael encryption algorithm. Communications between control panels and the Central Station Receiver can be encrypted between the Dialer Capture Module (DCM) and the Central Station Receiver Network Adapter, or between the Network Interface Module (NIM) and the Central Station Receiver Network Adapter. Communications between administrative system software and the Central Station Receiver, or between automation software and the Central Station Receiver, can be encrypted between a Network Adapter at the remote computer hosting the administrative or automation software and the Central Station Receiver Network Adapter. The Conettix IP shall support up to two simultaneous and independent encrypted communications channels. 2.6.4 Multiple Control Panels Conettix IP shall support multiple control panels on a LAN that connect to the Central Station Receiver through a router/firewall that uses Network Address Translation (NAT) tables. The NAT table insures that the returning messages for a control panel are forwarded back to the panel that sent out the first message. The Dialer Capture Module (DCM) shall support this through Datagram 01. The Central Station Receiver Network Adapter shall support this through Datagram 02. The Network Interface Module (NIM) shall support this through either Datagram 02 or 07. 2.6.5 Dialer Capture Module Override Conettix IP shall allow some basic functionalities of the Dialer Capture Module (DCM) to be overridden by the administrative system software. Changes are effective the next time the Central Station Receiver acknowledges a message from the DCM. A. Message Transmission Rate The Poll Rate and Retry Count of the DCM can be adjusted as desired. The new settings shall remain effective until they are changed again, or until the DCM is power-cycled and reset. B. Intercept/Fallback Mode The DCM can be manually ordered into either Intercept or Fallback mode. After 30 minutes in Fallback mode, the Central Station Receiver will generate a "Fallback reminder" message. After 60 minutes in Fallback mode, the DCM will automatically switch back to Intercept mode. C. Output Status Output 4 can be manually turned on or off. Conettix IP A&E Specifications 45998C Page 15 © 2005 Bosch Security Systems
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Conettix IP Architectural & Engineering Specifications 3.0 EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION Install all equipment and materials in accordance with the “current” recommendations of the Manufacturer. The work shall also be in accordance with: A. Installation Criteria defined in these specifications and in the construction documents B. Approved Submittals C. Applicable Requirements of Referenced Standards 3.2 SUPERVISION The Contractor shall provide the following services as part of the contract: A. Supervision of sub-contractors B. Coordination with other contractors for system related work C. Attending site construction/coordination meetings D. Keeping updated construction drawings at the construction site E. Meeting construction deadlines per the construction schedule 3.3 PROGRAMMING A. Programming System Configuration Parameters (hardware and software, zone/circuit numbers, communication parameters) B. Programming Operational Parameters (time periods, time profiles, access groups, divisional
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