CyberData SIP RFID Keypad Access Control Endpoint
The SIP-based RFID/Keypad Secure Access Control Endpoint uses the existing VoIP or PoE network infrastructure to securely unlock and lock gates or doors.
PoE powered and in a secure outdoor-rated case, the RFID/Keypad Secure Access Control Endpoint can store up to 500 access codes. There is a blacklisted code list that when activated, will make a phone call and play a pre-recorded message or can broadcast a multicast message to IP speakers when registered to the VoIP server. Good code and blacklisted code lists can be updated on the web interface or autoprovisioned by a remote server.
CyberData has implemented a high level of security on its RFID products. Data between the card and the reader are encrypted using AES128 making sure that hackers would not be able to “spy” on the cards data being sent to the reader and duplicate that card to provide access.
When a card is read, there is an additional security step. The reader and the card go through a complex mathematic process where they compare encrypted security keys. This process is called Mutual Authentication. It guarantees that communication between the card and the reader can never be copied and used to produce a duplicate card. On a good read, the keys will match and the reader will extract the encrypted data from the card to validate if the card is active in the system. If the keys do not match, the card will be rejected.
CyberData has maintained one of the most comprehensive list of IP PBX servers certified to work with CyberData VoIP products.
Device ships with 5 RFID cards and instructions.