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How to configure Door Zone Code?
Author: Microengine Views: 7186 Created: 17-10-2016 11:17 AM 0 Rating/ Voters

This article contains steps to configure Door Zone Code. Door Zone Code must be configured when using AntiPassback feature.

Applies To:

  • XP-M1000i
  • XP-M2000i
  • xPortal2005
  • xPortal2007
  • xPortalNet v1.5
  • xPortal3000     
 Resolution Summary
 

Door Zone Code can be found from the xPortalNet Client software. There are 2 Door Zone Code which are Entry Zone Code and Exit Zone Code. Both Zone Code cannot be same in order to enable the AntiPassback feature.   

       
 Resolution
 

Refer to the following example for different site condition. User may follow any setting which applicable.

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Criteria:
1 unit of XP-M2000i
Door 1 with Entry & Exit
Door 2 with Entry & Exit

Routing Rules Door Zone Code
Routing
  1. Route 1: D1 › D2
  2. Route 2: D2 › D1
Routing Rules
  1. User can enter through D1 and D2. 
  2. User can exit through D1 and D2.
D1 -
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D2 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2



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Criteria: 
1 unit of XP-M2000i
Door 1 with Entry & Exit
Door 2 with Entry & Exit

Routing Rules Door Zone Code
Routing
  1. Route 1: D1 Entry › D1 Exit
  2. Route 2: D1 Entry › D2 Entry › D2 Exit › D1 Exit
Routing Rules
  1. User can enter through D1 and exit D1. 
  2. User can enter D1 then D2 and exit D2 then only can exit D1.
D1 -
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D2 - 
Entry Zone Code: 2
Exit Zone Code: 3




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Criteria: 
2 units of XP-M2000i
Door 1 with Entry & Exit
Door 2 with Entry & Exit
Door 3 with Entry & Exit
Routing Rules Door Zone Code
Routing
  1. Route 1: D1 Entry › D2 Entry › D3 Entry › D3 Exit › D2 Exit › D1 Exit
  2. Route 2: D1 Entry › D2 Entry › D2 Exit › D1 Exit
  3. Route 3: D1 Entry › D1 Exit
Routing Rules
  1. User can enter D1 then D2 then D3 and exit D3, then exit D2 and only can exit D1.
  2. User cannot enter D2 or D3 if they didn’t enter D1.
  3. User cannot exit D1 if has been enter D2 or D3 without exit D2 and D3 before proceed to exit D1.
D1 -
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D2 - 
Entry Zone Code: 2
Exit Zone Code: 3

D3 - 
Entry Zone Code: 3
Exit Zone Code: 4




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Criteria: 
2 units of XP-M2000i
4 Doors (6 Reader)
Controller 1: C1 D1 Entry, C1 D1 Exit, C1 D2 Entry
Controller 2: C2 D3 Entry, C2 D3 Exit, C2 D4 Exit
Routing Rules Door Zone Code
Routing
  1. Route 1: C1DI Entry › C1D1 Exit
  2. Route 2: C1D2 Entry › C1D1 Exit
  3. Route 3: C1D1 Entry › C2D3 Entry › C2D4 Exit
  4. Route 4: C1D1 Entry › C2D3 Entry › C2D3 Exit › C1D1 Exit
  5. Route 5: C1D2 Entry › C2D3 Entry › C2D4 Exit
  6. Route 6: C1D2 Entry › C2D3 Entry › C2D3 Exit › C1D1 Entry
Routing Rules
  1. User can enter both D1/D2 Entry and exit D1 Exit. 
  2. User can enter D1/D2 Entry and D3 Entry and Exit D3 or D4. 
  3. If user didn’t enter D1/D2 Entry, they cannot Enter or Exit other door.
D1 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D2 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D3 - 
Entry Zone Code: 2
Exit Zone Code: 3

D4 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 3




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Criteria: 
2 units of XP-M2000i
2 doors
Controller 1: C1 D1 Entry, C1 D2 Entry
Controller 2: C2 D1 Exit, C2 D2 Exit
Routing Rules Door Zone Code
Routing
  1. Route 1: C1D1 Entry › C2D1 Exit
  2. Route 2: C1D2 Entry › C2D1 Exit
  3. Route 3: C1D1 Entry › C2D2 Exit
  4. Route 4: C1D2 Entry › C2D2 Exit
Routing Rules
  1. User can enter both D1/D2 Entry and exit both D1/D2 Exit.

D1 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

D2 - 
Entry Zone Code: 1
Exit Zone Code: 2

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