Hardware Setup Guides
Replacing an NXT-MSC 2D or 4D Controller
If you need to replace an NXT-MSC (Mercury-Powered) 2-door or 4-door controller in the Doors.NET software, such as if it has been damaged, please use the following procedure to minimize the amount of system down-time: Right-click the old controller ...
NXT-MSC Controller - Firmware Upgrade
When you run the installer you will see a notification if the MSC controller firmware needs upgrading. You will also see a notification in live events when a new controller is added to the system. Perform the following steps to upgrade the controller ...
NXT-MSC Controller - Controller Setup Guide
1.0 Introduction Doors.NET installation and configuration is a three step process. Each of these steps is covered separately in the help file and there are also separate standalone documents available: Doors.NET Software Installation (document P/N: ...
NXT-MSC - Assign a Static IP Address Using Internet Explorer
1.0 Introduction There may be a situation, where it is not possible to gain access to the Doors.NET client PC/or the system administrator account during system configuration. If you need to configure an NXT-MSC controller this can be done using ...
NXT-MSC - Controller Internal Configuration
Effective from Doors.NET v4.0.3 it is now possible to make various controller configuration changes within Doors.NET rather than via a web browser. This section explains how to access the controller internal configuration and which configuration ...
NXT-MSC - Further Setup Information
Now that the controller is added to the software you are ready to start configuring other aspects of the Doors.NET system, such as; setting up access groups and time schedules and adding cardholders. All these subjects and many more are covered in ...