Enable / disable Access rules in the CM6800-32X6 using a KBD100

Issue

How do I enable / disable access rules in the CM6800-32x6 using a KBD100?

Product Line

Pelco Matrix

Environment

KBD100
CM6700
CM6800

Cause

There are no evident navigation keys.

Resolution

Access the Matrix menu using Lessons Learned Article #10159.

Navigate the Matrix menu by using the following keys:

Use the sequence Keys:

  • Macro = UP
  • Hold = Down
  • Next = Right  changes pages like JS right.
  • Prev = Left

The F1 and F2 keys = select (or toggle) options and scroll through lists.
Use the numerical keypad to enter numerical values.:

 



Press Next when highlighted on access and toggle each rule with a "Y" yes, or "N" no.



 

 

The CM6800 supports the following system partitioning to control switching system access:

Keyboard to Monitor: Restrict a keyboard from accessing selected monitors.

Camera to Keyboard: Restrict a keyboard from calling selected cameras to monitors. Or video viewing only: permit the viewing of
                                        selected cameras while preventing pan and tilt control.

Camera to Monitor: Restrict the viewing of selected cameras on selected monitors.

All system access is set to YES by default.

NOTE: To restrict access for keyboards, all keyboard addresses must be within a range from 1-8.
NOTE: If you connect an ASCII keyboard/device to the CM6800 (COM port 1, 2, or 4), you can connect only one
            keyboard to a port. Specify access in the first column only (address 1).



 

Keyboard to Monitor
In each monitor row specify the access allowed for each keyboard to control each specific monitor.
Y = Yes; control is allowed
N = No; control is not allowed 

Camera to Keyboard
In each camera row specify the access allowed for each keyboard to view and control the specific logical camera number.
Y = Yes; viewing and control is allowed
N = No; viewing and control is not allowed
V = View only; camera can be viewed but not controlled 

Camera to Monitor
In each camera row specify the access allowed for each monitor to display the specific logical camera number.
Y = Yes; camera can be viewed
N = No; camera cannot be viewed