The following outlines the requirements for valid credentials in the Proxy Dashboard, to enable mobile access with your existing ACS.
Intro to Credentials
A credential represents the data structure contained in a physical access card, and requires a card format, facility code and card numbers for each cardholder to be programmed in the system.
Card format describes the type of physical card that is compatible with your system. The following list outlines valid card formats accepted in the Proxy Dashboard:
- Generic Card Number 32-bit
- Generic Card Number 48-bit
- AWID 36-bit
- H10301 26-bit
- H10302 37-bit
- H10302 48-bit
- H10304 37-bit
- H10304 48-bit
- H10306 34-bit
- Corporate 1000 35-bit
- Corporate 1000 48-bit
- Format 4001 40-bit
- Format 4002 40-bit
Facility codes are typically used for the purpose of distinguishing different companies or offices that might have a shared ACS. This feature is not available in Raw card format.
The card number is the uniquely identifying number associated with an individual cardholder in the Access Control System. (e.g. 100241). This number will be mapped to the mobile credential to show which user is entering the space at a given time.
Raw Card Number
If you are using a Raw card format, this number will be in hexadecimal format (e.g. 3E81C1E).
Raw Length (Bits) [Raw card format only]
Bit length of the Raw Card number. Example: “26”, meaning 26 Bits of the card bit length