What are the different options on the CyberStation security key?
Andover Continuum, Pelco
NOTE: These are the options used to program a security key but not necessarily what shows when a key is read using MMC key reader.
For example when a key is programmed for FIPS-201 it does NOT show the -F when the key information is read using MMC key reader, one way to know if FIPS-201 is enabled is to look at the Allowed Credentials setting in the Cyberstation, the FIPS credential options will be blank if the Cyberstation key is not enabled for FIPS-201
SU-INT Single User Integrated
SU-HVAC Single User HVAC
SU-SEC Single User Security
LAN-INT LAN Integrated
LAN-HVAC LAN HVAC
LAN-SEC LAN Security
-U Unlimited Points
-P Programmer’s Version
-B Badging Option
-CFRB1 Basic CFR Compliance Pack – 1st Workstation
-CFRBV1 Basic CFR Compliance Pack – 2nd Workstation & up
-CFRA1 Advanced CFR Compliance Pack – 1st Workstation
-CFRAV1 Advanced CFR Compliance Pack – 2nd Workstation & up
-D Data Exchange Option – includes Personnel Import Utility
-E2, 3 Endura integration option
-F1, 2 FIPS 201 option
-USB4 USB Key
1 Option requires special approval before it can be enabled.
2 Option only available through software upgrade process; cannot be ordered with new P/N configurations.
3 New option introduced in v1.91; required per workstation for integration with a Pelco Endura system. Currently this is free as of 8/2/14 but needs a cookie from repair for this option to work
4 USB Key Option is mandatory for new orders
Note: The Continuum version number of a key, allows it to operate with all Cyberstation versions up to that release.