Combining Eagle Eye Networks and SIA DC-09 ARC Connection
Forward your Eagle Eye alarms to the ARC of your choice via SIA DC-09.
Hi, and welcome to evalink tutorials! In this tutorial, we will add, set up, and connect two integrations into your evalink talos account:
- the SIA DC-09 ARC Connection Integration &
- the Eagle Eye Networks Integration
This will allow you to forward your Eagle Eye Networks alarms to the ARC of your choice via SIA DC-09, as it is displayed in the image below.
The tutorial consists of 7 steps:
- 1.Log in to evalink talos
- 2.Activate the Eagle Eye Networks Integration
- 3.Activate the SIA DC-09 ARC Connection Integration
- 4.Activate the Eagle Eye Networks Integration for a particular site
- 5.Create a site sharing link that you will use as a verification URL
- 6.Activate the SIA DC-09 ARC Connection Integration for a particular site
- 7.Test the set-up
First, log in to your evalink talos account on talos.evalink.io with your username and password.
From the main dashboard, navigate to the menu
Companyand click on the tab
Search for the Eagle Eye Networks Integration, and click on:
Enter your Eagle Eye Networks cloud account credentials (username and password) and enable the import of Camera and Analytics alarms. If there are Subaccounts in your EEN cloud, select the desired subaccount.
Then, finish adding the integration by clicking on
Navigate to the menu Company, and click on the tab
Search for SIA DC-O9 ARC Connection, and click on:
Then, click on:
Select a name for your connector (e.g. ‘Test Connector’), and choose a type: Trusted device, or Gateway.
(Note: Trusted device is an experimental function which allows you to define a trusted device that acts as an alarm distributor. For now, you must select Gateway.)
Select the 'Single or Dual Path polling configuration', according to your needs.
Enter the I.P. address, port, transmission protocol, and polling interval for the Primary ATP Host.
If you selected Dual Path, then you need to enter the I.P. address, port, transmission protocol and polling interval for the Secondary ATP Host as well.
Configure the number of attempts to deliver an alarm before giving up, in the fields 'Attempts' and 'Attempts on DUH response'. You can proceed with the predefined numbers suggested by evalink talos.
To finish, click on the
To add the Eagle Eye Integration to a site, navigate to the menu
Sites, pick the site you want to configure, click on the tab
Integrations, and then click on the tab
Now, you can assign a camera to this site simply by clicking on the camera name. After you have clicked on a camera name, on the following page, check "Import Camera Alarms" and "Import Analytics Alarms" in the top right area.
Jump on tab level above and click on the tab
Overview. Then, click on the
(Hint: at the middle of the page, on the right side: next to Mail PDFs, Export PDFs).
Then, click on
When creating a link for sharing the site, add a description of your choice (e.g. ‘Test Link’) and check the boxes ‘Share alarms’ and ‘Share Integrations’.
Then, click on the
For the same site as in the previous step click on the tab
Integrations, and then click on the
DC09 Forwardingtab below.
Create a new forwarding by clicking on
Create DC09 forwarding.
Select the connector you have created in Step 3 and then enter the Account Number and Shared Key provided by the ARC.
On the Verification URL paste the link that you copied from Step 5, followed by
The verification link should have the following end format:
Submitto finish the configuration.
You can now perform a test by triggering an alarm from your Eagle Eye Networks Camera.
If everything is set correctly, the alarm should be forwarded to the ARC via the SIA DC-09 ARC Connection.
Now, each alarm received in your evalink talos account for this site will be forwarded to the desired ARC via the SIA DC-O9 protocol.