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Everfocus Xtron Owner Manual
XTRON
Quick Start Guide
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp,
Release Date: September, 2016
Table of Contents
Setting up the XTRON Server ........................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Setting up the Static IP Address for the Network Cards ................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
How to Launch XTRON Software on the Server ........................................................................4
How to Connect to XTRON Server via Client PC ........................................................................5
The Correct Steps Required to set up XTRON ...........................................................................5
Adding Door Controllers..........................................................................................................6
Setting up Door Preference .....................................................................................................8
Setting up Keypad/Reader ......................................................................................................9
Creating a Door Schedule ............................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.0
Creating an Access Group ............................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.2
Creating a Cardholder ........................................................................................................... 14
Syncing XTRON to the Door Controllers ................................................................................. 16
SETTING UP THE XTRON SERVER
The XTRON Server comes with two network cards that must be set up with a static IP address so
that the Door Controller Network can be separated from the Main Network.
The Door
Controller will use LAN 2 to create a dedicated network for the door controllers while LAN1
will be used to connect the XTRON to the main network to allow remote login of client PC’s.
Please note that XTRON is a server and once the initial network is setup, a client PC should be
used to remotely log into the XTRON Server.
LAN 1
LAN 2
SETTING UP THE STATIC IP ADDRESS FOR THE NETWORK CARDS
Press the Windows Start button and go to the Control panel.
Under “Network and Internet”,
choose “View Network Status and Tasks”. “Ethernet” is LAN port number 1 and “Ethernet 2” is
LAN port number 2.
Choose “Ethernet” (figure 1.1a) to set up the main network so that client
PC’s can remote in.
Click on “Properties” (figure1.1b), highlight “Internet Protocol Version 4”,
then click “Properties (figure 1.1c).
Check “Use the Following IP Address” and enter the correct
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IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway (figure 1.1d).
will be using to log in to XTRON.
Figure 1.1a
Figure 1.1b
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This is the IP address that your client PC
Figure 1.1c
Figure 1.1d
To set up the Door Controller Network, go back to the “View Network Status and Task”
menu and choose “Ethernet 2” (figure 1.1a).
Click “Properties” (figure 1.1b), highlight “Internet
Protocol Version 4” (figure 1.1c), then click on “Properties” and check “Use the Following IP
Address” (figure 1.1d).
Enter the correct IP address that XTRON Server will be using in the
Door Network and click on “OK”.
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HOW TO LAUNCH XTRON SOFTWARE ON THE SERVER
On the XTRON Server’s Desktop, locate the “xampp” icon and double click.
Under email, type in admin@admin.com, and
bring up a webpage to the XTRON Login page.
the password will be admin.
This will
This is the default credential and can be changed.
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HOW TO CONNECT TO XTRON SERVER VIA CLIENT PC
On the client computer, open up a Chrome or EverFocus Browser and type in
http://ipaddressof XTRON.
This will bring up a webpage to the XTRON Login page.
email, type in admin@admin.com, and the password will be admin.
Under
This is the default
credential and can be changed.
THE CORRECT STEPS REQUIRED TO SET UP XTRON
Once the XTRON Server is up and running, make sure to follow these steps in order to
properly set up XTRON. First, add a controller and set up the Door Preference and
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Keypad/Reader.
Second, create a Door Schedule and then create an Access Group.
create a cardholder so that they may access the doors.
Finally,
The information will be synced to the
controller as it is saved in the XTRON server; however, it could also be synced to the controller
manually if needed.
It is very important that these steps are followed in order to properly set up
the XTRON.
ADDING DOOR CONTROLLERS
Adding a Door Controller should be done from the client PC after the network cards have
been set up properly. Adding Door Controllers can be done from the XTRON Server, but not
recommended.
Note that the Door Controller must be factory defaulted, have a static IP Address,
and the time must be correctly set.
Log into XTRON and on the home page choose “Devices”.
information.
Click on “Add” and fill in the
“Device Name” is any name used to differentiate the Door Controllers.
“Controller Number” will be the unique number assigned to each door controller to maintain the
database (for example, if a Door Controller needs to be replaced, the same Controller Number can
be used and maintained without losing data of the previous controller). “IP” is the IP address of
the Door Controller.
“HTTP Port” is the HTTP port of the Door controller (by default this value
is 80 unless it has been changed by the user). “User Name” is the user name required to log into
the Door Controller. “Password” is the password required to log into the Door Controller.
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“Location” field is optional but should be inputted for future maintenance.
“Add”.
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Once finished, click
SETTING UP DOOR PREFERENCE
Once the Door Controller is added, the device management menu for that door controller
will be shown.
Click on “Door lock” and name each door if desired, and change any setting
necessary such as the “Door Held Open” (the duration that a door can be held open).
“Save” to save the setting.
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Click on
SETTING UP KEYPAD/READER
After the door preference has been set, click on “ Reader”. Each reader detected will have a
default name and could be changed if desired. Change the setting from “N” to “Y” under
“Keypad” if that reader has a keypad and press “Save”. If it is just a reader, keep the setting as is.
Click on “Finish” and the device should be updated.
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CREATING A DOOR SCHEDULE
Before creating a door schedule, a door controller must be added to XTRON.
A door
schedule is needed so that the door controller knows when to allow card holders to come in and
out of the doors.
To add a door schedule, choose the “Access Rules”. Then choose the “Door
Schedule Management” and click the “Edit” button next to the door which the door schedule is
being created for.
First create a time. For example, if the schedule is for the whole day, keep the
start time at 00:00 and change the end time to 24:00 then click on “Add Time”.
Once that is
done, check the days that this schedule is to be applied to and which credentials are needed to
open the doors.
For example, if the schedule is for 7 days a week and entry method is card or
pin, check Monday thru Sunday (or check “Select All”) and select “Card or Finger or PIN” under
the “Select Access Method For This Schedule” and click “Add Schedule”.
This schedule can be
added to any other doors by checking on the other doors under “Apply Newly Created To Other
Doors” and clicking on “Save”.
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CREATING AN ACCESS GROUP
To create an Access Group, a Door Schedule must be created first.
Once the Door
Schedule is created, click on “Access Rules” and choose “Access Group Management” then click
“Create New Access Group”.
Name” line.
Create a name for this group and enter it in the “Access Group
Then create the time in which this group can access the door schedule.
For
example, if a group name Test can access the door schedule all day, leave the start time at 00:00
and change the end time to 23:59 and click “Add Time”.
Then select the days this group can
access the door schedule and select the doors they can access.
Once that is done click on “Add
Schedule”.
A list of the schedule that has been created should show under the “Newly Created Access Group
Schedule List”. Click on “Save” to add the group.
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CREATING A CARDHOLDER
Before creating a cardholder, make sure that an Access Group is created so that the
cardholder can be added to an access group.
Holder Management” and click “Add”.
Once the Access Group is created, click on “Card
Fill in the Employee Number, First Name, Last Name,
the Hired Date, Gender, Email Address, Mobile Phone Number, and Position.
are optional.
The other fields
Then click on “Next”.
Now choose the Card Format (which type of card the cardholder is using), input the card number
(a hint on how many digits should be inputted is shown on the screen), check the “Enable” box,
enter in a “Pin” number, enable pin by checking the “Pin Enable” box and choose the “Access
Group” to which the card holder belongs to.
Once done, click the “Save” button to create the
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card holder.
On the bottom of the screen, the card that was created will appear.Then click on
“Done” to get to update the controller and “Done” again.
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SYNCING XTRON TO DOOR CONTROLLERS
To sync up the XTRON to the door controllers, click on “Settings” and choose “Sync Data”.
Then press the “Sync” button next to the controller that the data is to be synced to.
task bar reaches 100%, press the “Done” button.
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