CMS Connection

On Ajax integrations with the Central Monitoring Stations

FAQ

Yes, it does.

To configure the communication of alarms and events from the hub to the ABsistems CMS, in Ajax Translator use the Manitou protocol and setup next Ping string: <?xml version=”1.0″?><Heartbeat/>

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Yes, it does.

To configure the communication of alarms and events from the hub to the SBN CMS, use the SBN protocol in Ajax Translator.

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Visual alarm verification from MotionCam detectors can be displayed on the Manitou, ABsistemDC(NG) and SBN monitoring stations. To configure photo transmission, use Ajax Translator version 1.6 or later.

A security company can also use the Ajax PRO Desktop app to receive photo verifications without Ajax Translator.

At the same time, MotionCam detector alarms without photos can be received by any monitoring station that supports SIA or Contact ID protocols.

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The second IP address is a backup in case of direct connection to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS).

If the main IP address is not available, the hub uses the second IP address to send events.

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The direct connection (Monitoring Station tab) is the channel used to transmit hub events directly to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS) of the security provider, bypassing our server.

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When direct connection is used, all events are communicated directly to the security company’s central monitoring station without affecting the functioning of the Ajax apps. If the direct connection is lost for any reason, the server acts as a redundant communication channel.

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