TetherX can connect to access control systems such as Paxton Net2 to remotely control Net2 as well as perform various automation. For example, disarming an alarm when a person enters a building. You can find more details here.
Click with a right mouse button on Paxton Shortcut and press Properties in the context menu:
Open File Location
Find the ApiLicences folder. (If there is no such folder, please create it)
e.g: C:\Program Files (x86)\Paxton Access\Access Control\ApiLicences\
Download the license file.
Move the license file to the ApiLicences folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Paxton Access\Access Control\ApiLicences\aef6d5fc-d569-4ee7-9aad-bfce27fc9a0a.lic
Restart the net2 server
Setting up Paxton on the timeline
To add a Paxton Net 2 system to your timeline:
Go to the Admin page, Access Control Systems
Tap the New Access Control button.
(If you are installing the first Access Control system, go to step three)
Select Paxton Net 2
Fill in the required fields and tap the "Create" button.
Username is usually "System engineer"
Password is whatever you set it on Net2
Port is usually 8080
Note: Please make sure you have installed the Paxton license.
Using the Integration
To view information about your Access Control System click on the information icon:
On the Access Control Units tab, you can assign a camera to your unit. This camera will record events when the access control system is triggered.
To add a user to the access control system:
Go to the profile of the person you want to add to the Paxton tab
Select Access Control Id and Paxton User.
Click the "Update User" button
To view the Access Control Events of your Access Control System, go to the Access tab (in the left side menu).
On the access page, the first thing that catches your eye is the graph. On the graph, you can track ACU activity and frequency.
A little below you will see all the access control events of your access control system, they are attached to the video recordings from your cameras, so you can go from the Access Control Systems page to the events page by simply clicking on the event.