You need to change from the Small Number Format to Large Number Format (Hex)
The system is limited to a maximum number of access cards of 32,000. If a larger number is required then INET must be configured to used large card numbers.
To convert INET to use the Large Card Number support, the following steps must be performed:
Conversion of Card Numbers (small) to Large Numbers
- Sort the Individuals list according to the Individual Number. Look in the Individuals Editor “Options” function to set this up.
- Look at the tenant editor to determine the Tenant Code/ Facility code of the cards.
From this use the circled items the Tenant Code (Facility Code) and the First Individual Number as the lowest possible card number in the next step.
- Verify in the door editor that the cards in this system are in a known Weigand bit format. In this case, we are using 26-bit.
Attached are various Excel spreadsheets that can be used to determine the Decimal number of the first card in the system (Card #970 Facility code 199) is Decimal number 13042634 depending on which card format is been used. This number will become the source number in the Key card table.
- Create a Key/Card Translation table similar to that shown below in the Inet Seven Access Control editor. This table will be removed after running the provide SQL Script
- At this point shut down Inet Seven and run the attached SQL Script. Then once the script runs then restart Inet and look in the individual’s editor and you will see what is shown below.
Start INET and delete the Key/Card Translation table create above.
Open the Individual Parameters and verify that a Hex number and the decimal number in the Individual editor
- In order to have large numbers working on a site
- DipSw #7 has to be turned ON for the 7920 DPU's.
- For the SCU1284 in the door editor at the top center of that editor, there is a check box "Card Translation" you have to check that box for large numbers to work in the SCU's.
- You will have to do an SLI “SAV” because that is where the Card numbers are now stored and then do an SLI restore. Followed by a DPU restore to all of the door controllers.