Alarm over IP
As a pioneer of alarm over IP technology, Bosch has a wealth of experience with both intrusion and fire alarm IP communication deployed worldwide. Conettix IP alarm products offer a higher level of convenience and performance with features you’d expect in a modern Internet appliance:
Built-in IPv4 and IPv6 Internet protocol support
Ensures your central station or premises network will not be obsolete as internet service providers (ISP) transition to IPv6 addressing.
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
Allows the system to self-configure with networks to provide simple installation and compatibility for remote programming and control over IP.
Domain Name Service (DNS) reporting
Uses receiver’s DNS host name to enhance flexibility, such as to quickly re-routing IP signals to another location or provider without re-programming any panels.
Automatically provides an IP address for local service allowing the installer to connect a laptop directly to the system, without changing settings, using a router or accessing the customer’s network.
Advanced data Security
Uses Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) plus 128- to 256-bit AES encryption to ensure that Conettix IP technology is virtually impossible to break, replay or substitute. Our technology meets NIST requirements and FIPS 197.
Bosch’s digital cellular communicators provide many features and benefits for the commercial alarm system installer.
Flexible service plans
Bosch offers service plans that have been customized to fit the applications of our dealers. Whether the installation calls for simple back-up, primary commercial communication, high security or primary fire, Bosch has a customized service plan to fit.
Bosch cellular communicators use Conettix IP communication, so it is instantly compatible with Bosch D6600 and D6100IPv6 receivers configured for IP.
Easy cellular remote programming
With Bosch cellular service, each system has a static IP address and VPN service that facilitates remote programming, service, and maintenance over the cellular network. Connecting to the system does not interrupt the customer’s telephone service and does not require access to the customer’s Ethernet network.
Reliable cellular fire communication
Bosch cellular modules can be used as the primary communicator for fire systems because they meet the supervision requirements of NFPA. This means that some customers can actually eliminate the monthly cost of two dedicated phone lines.