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Traka Cabinet Integration
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Overview

This article outlines the steps to configure Traka cabinets within Access It! Universal.NET. Prior to configuring the Traka integration, all Traka cabinets and iFobs should be pre-created within Traka Web.

Access It! Universal.NET Licensing

The following licensing option must be enabled within the Access It! Universal.NET dongle and is a per lock count license.

  • Traka Cabinet Count - 1/x
  • Traka Integration
    This will report Yes after the Traka Tab is configured.

Required Components

The following components are required to complete the integration.

  • Access It!® Universal.NET min s/w v8
  • Traka Web Server
  • Traka Monitor

Access It! Universal.NET

  1. Within Access It!® Universal.NET, navigate to the System menu
  2. Select Servers
  3. Edit the Access It!® Universal.NET server
  4. Select the Traka tab
  5. Enter the Traka Web server name
    IP Address is not supported
  6. Enter the Traka Web port (default TCP 10700)
  7. If applicable, check the "Use SSL:" checkbox
  8. Enter a valid username for Traka Web
  9. Enter a valid password for Traka Web
  10. If the integration should periodically be synchronizing from Access It! Universal.NET to Traka, check the Recurring RS2 to Traka sync enabled
  11. If automatically synchronizing, set the delay in between synchronizations
  12. Select Sync RS2 to Traka on startup to perform a one way synchronization from Access It! Universal.NET to Traka when the service starts
  13. Select Enable sync of PIN numbers if PIN data should be synchronized between systems
  14. Select the PIN length used by Traka
  15. Select the rule to perform in the case a record is found in the Traka system that does not exist within Access It! Universal.NET
  16. If the integration should periodically be synchronizing from Traka to Access It! Universal.NET, check the Recurring RS2 to Traka sync enabled
  17. If automatically synchronizing, set the delay in between synchronizations
  18. Select Sync Traka to RS2 on startup to perform a one way synchronization from Traka to Access It! Universal.NET when the service starts
  19. Enter the Traka Event poll delay to set how often Access It! Universal.NET polls for new events within the Traka system
  20. Select the RS2 to Traka field mappings to set mappings of fields between the systems
  21. Click the Sync Cardholders to Traka immediately to perform an immediate one way synchronization
  22. Click the Sync Traka iFobs to RS2 immediately to perform an immediate one way synchronization
  23. Click Save

Traka Access Levels

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, navigate to the Configuration menu
  2. Select Access Levels
  3. Create a new Access Level, or edit an existing Access Level
  4. Select the Traka tab
  5. Check the Traka enabled checkbox
  6. Click Save
    The Access Level will be added as a Traka Item Access Group upon the next synchronization from RS2 to Traka.

Traka Web

  1. Within Traka Web, navigate to Items on the lower menu
  2. Select Item Access Groups
  3. Edit the Item Access Group(s) that corelates to the Access It! Universal.NET Access Level(s)
  4. Select the Item Access tab
  5. In the Access column, check the appropriate checkboxes to enable access to the allowed locations
  6. Click the diskette icon in the upper left to save

Hardware

  1. Within Access It! Universal.NET, navigate to the Hardware menu
  2. Select Traka Cabinets
  3. Select New from the toolbar
    The Traka system is polled and all available cabinets will be listed
  4. Select a Traka cabinet
  5. Click OK
  6. Configure Events reporting tab as needed
  7. Click Save
    All fobs preprogramed within Traka Web will automatically be added
  8. If needed, configure event reporting for each fob by selecting Edit from the toolbar

Notes

  • In order to use the RS2 FC 3 33 bit format with a reader connected to the Traka cabinet, a custom configuration file must be obtained from Traka. Configuration files can be uploaded through a USB drive attached to the unit.
  • In order to use a customized card formats with a reader connected to the Traka cabinet, the format layout must be sent to Traka and then a custom configuration file can be obtained from Traka. Configuration files can be uploaded through a USB drive attached to the unit.

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