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When you start Web-Link II, you get a snazzy overview of your system s status, as shown in Figure 7-14 Details on the home page include the security system s status, time of day, sunrise and sunset times, interior and exterior temperature, messages, and the last five events to have occurred But beyond simply showing these details, clicking on one of them allows you to manage elements of it, although not to the degree that you get with the PC Access software For instance, clicking on the security setting allows us to select a new status for the security system, as shown in Figure 7-15 By checking this remotely, we can tell if we forgot to set the security system or maybe we forgot a delivery was going to be made today, so we can deactivate the alarm remotely, then reactivate it once the delivery has been made
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Along the left side of the page are buttons for accessing various pages for your Omni II security system Those buttons are
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We won t go into the function of each of these buttons However, we ll give an overview of some of the more important ones as they relate to our discussion of remote management 1 MINUTE
Viewing Events
You can set up your Web-Link II software to track all sorts of information about your system and what has been going on with it Want to know when someone
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came home Curious about when various sensors were tripped The Events button, along the left side of the screen, is used to view the various events that have occurred on your system For example, the screen in Figure 7-16 shows the date, time, and what event occurred
Figure 7-16
Viewing the most recent events
This page shows the most recent 50 events 5 MINUTES
Setting Up Rules for E-mail Notification
In the PC Access program, we were able to establish rules within a program that, given certain behaviors, would cause another device to activate, deactivate, or send a message The same behavior is possible in Web-Link II; however, in this case, the actions will spawn either an e-mail to be sent or the event to be captured on video (assuming a web camera is pointed in the right spot) The following explains how to set up a new rule and how Web-Link II will make a notification if the rule has been broken To create a new rule, select the Add Rule button (shown in Figure 7-17) or right-click an existing rule and select Create New Rule from the context menu
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Figure 7-17
Clicking the Add Rule button to add a new rule
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Set a Condition for Your Rule
Next, you ll be able to specify the condition that must be met for your rule to be violated There are several conditions that you can monitor:
Alarm is activated All On/Off commands issued Battery power changes state Button execution occurs DCM changes state Phone line changes state AC Power changes state Security is armed or disarmed Unit changes state
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X10 command issued Zone changes state
Once you ve established what condition must be met, you select your method of notification: either send e-mail or record video 5 MINUTES
Send E-mail
From the drop-down list, select e-mail notification Then, you ll be required to enter the following:
E-mail Name This is the e-mail address where a message
will be sent
SMTP Server This is the SMTP server from which the e-mail
message will be sent
SMTP Defined
SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and is used to send e-mail
Send the e-mail message in HTML format Checking this box will
allow the e-mail to be sent in the HTML format and include such information as
Event details System information Temperatures Latest events
Gathering SMTP Information
The SMTP server is likely to have the same domain name as your ISP However, if you don t know what it is, you can get this from your ISP If you are adventurous, you can set up this PC to be an SMTP server as well Figure 7-18 shows an example message generated by Web-Link II and sent using HTML
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Figure 7-18
An HTML e-mail message generated by Web-Link II
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Record Video
If you choose, you can elect to record video of the event It is likely this option would be used if you already have a video camera pointed at a sensor you wish to monitor For example, if you are wondering about whether your dog is sleeping on the couch when you re at work, a motion sensor in the living room being tripped can cause video from that area to be recorded To set up video recording, from the drop-down list select Record Video Then, you ll be asked to enter a couple pieces of information:
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