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Cisco Network Building Mediator and Mediator Manager Master Index

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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W - X -

Master Index

The following Mediator and Mediator Manager document set abbreviations are used in the Master Index.

HIG = Hardware Installation Guide

MUG = Mediator User Guide

MMUG = Mediator Manager User Guide

Numerics

4-post hardware kit

rack-mount 1:2-11

A

about

policy MUG:10-4, 1:9-4

policy context MUG:10-1, 1:9-1

role MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

user MUG:10-3, 1:9-3

adding

cloud peer MUG:9-20

cloud portal MUG:9-20

exporter sources MUG:9-16, 1:8-15

exporter transporter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

FTP exporter transporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-17

perfectHOST templates 1:5-64

Alarm template 1:5-67

MPX_GET template 1:5-64

MPX_SET template 1:5-65

Number template 1:5-66

Trimmer template 1:5-65, 1:5-67, 1:5-65, 1:5-67

policy MUG:10-10, 1:9-10

role MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

SFTP exporter transporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

SMTP exporter transporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-16

user MUG:10-7, 1:9-7

XML FTP exporter sources MUG:9-19

XML FTP transporter MUG:9-19

airflow

guidelines 1:2-8

alarms

clearing MUG:9-11, 1:8-11

cloud formation MUG:9-7

cloud handler MUG:9-7, 1:8-7

cloud manager MUG:9-7, 1:8-7

cloud peers MUG:9-7

cloud portal MUG:9-7

creating MUG:9-10, 1:8-10

creating exporters MUG:9-15, 1:8-14

deleting MUG:9-11, 1:8-11

editing MUG:9-10, 1:8-10

editing exporters MUG:9-15, 1:8-15

exporters MUG:9-14

global MUG:9-7, 1:8-7

triggering MUG:9-11, 1:8-10

architecture 1:1-2

demand response MUG:17-1

DRAS MUG:17-1

KNX MUG:7-1

C

changing

password policy MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

policy permission MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

clearing

alarms MUG:9-11, 1:8-11

client

demand response MUG:17-2

cloud formation MUG:9-7

creating MUG:9-20, 1:8-18

deleting MUG:9-21, 1:8-19

scenarios MUG:9-22

cloud handler MUG:9-7, 1:8-7

cloud manager MUG:9-7, 1:8-7

cloud peer

adding MUG:9-20

deleting MUG:9-21

cloud peers MUG:9-7

cloud portal MUG:9-7

adding MUG:9-20

deleting MUG:9-21

communication

downloading objects MUG:7-7

objects MUG:7-4

verifying objects MUG:7-12

compiling

perfectHOST application 1:5-68

configTOOL

configuration files 1:4-37, 1:4-31

creating offline file 1:4-41, 1:4-35

from recently opened list 1:4-38, 1:4-32

from the Favorites list 1:4-39, 1:4-32

from the network 1:4-38, 1:4-31

saving files 1:4-42, 1:4-36

XML code 1:4-39, 1:4-33

displaying node values 1:4-40, 1:4-34

snippets 1:4-21, 1:4-15

creating 1:4-21, 1:4-15

importing 1:4-21, 1:4-15

Configuration

model MUG:7-1

troubleshooting KNX MUG:7-11

configuration

site 1:2-7

Configuring

BACnet Protocol

BACnet Broadcast Management Device 1:6-25

BACnet COV 1:6-27

BACnet Multiport 1:6-22

BACnet Multiport and Proxy 1:6-22

BACnet Schedules 1:6-29

BACnet Server and Proxy Objects 1:6-23

BACnet Time Synchronization 1:6-29

COV Deployment Model 1:6-28

Barber-Colman ASD Protocol

ASD Devices 1:6-49

Communications Protocol Nodes

ALC WebCTRL SOAP Interface 1:6-50

Barber-Colman ASD Protocol 1:6-48

C-Bus Protocol 1:6-45

C-Bus Protocol C-Bus Devices 1:6-46

Holding Registers 1:6-37

Input Registers 1:6-40

Lennox SysBus Protocol 1:6-52

TCP/IP Client 1:6-35

TCS Basys Protocol 1:6-60

Trane Com3 Protocol 1:6-53

Trane Com4 Protocol 1:6-57

Trane PCM Controller 1:6-54

VariTrane II III Controller 1:6-59

WebCTRL Expressions of WebCTRL Points 1:6-51

KNX Protocol MUG:7-3

Modbus Protocol

Coil Registers 1:6-40

Input Status Registers 1:6-41

Modbus Groups 1:6-41

Modbus RTU over an RS-232 Bus Network Node 1:6-33

Modbus TCP/IP Devices 1:6-34

RTU over an RS-485 Bus Network Node 1:6-34

Protocol

SRNA 1:6-62

SNMP Protocol

SNMP devices 1:6-44

TCS Basys Protocol

TCS Devices 1:6-60

Trane Com3 Protocol

3 Non Isolated Controller 1:6-59

Intellipak Controller 1:6-58

Trane RTA Controller 1:6-55

VariTrane Controller 1:6-56

Voyager Controller 1:6-59

configuring

CSV formatter 1:4-29, 1:4-22

delimited data formatter 1:4-29, 1:4-23

Energywise Manager MUG:14-4

Enernoc formatter 1:4-29, 1:4-23

Enernoc V2 formatter 1:4-30, 1:4-24

exporter 1:4-25, 1:4-19

formatter 1:4-28, 1:4-22

FSG XML formatter 1:4-31, 1:4-25

FTP transporter 1:4-35, 1:4-29

HTTP Post transporter 1:4-33, 1:4-27

I/O Ports 1:6-1

Analog Inputs 1:6-2

Analog Outputs 1:6-3

Digital Outputs 1:6-3

Digitial Inputs 1:6-3

KNX MUG:7-3

MeterMail formatter 1:4-31, 1:4-25

openADR MUG:17-3

secure FTP transporter 1:4-34, 1:4-28

Silicon Energy exporter 1:4-26, 1:4-20

Silicon Energy HTTP Post transporter 1:4-34, 1:4-28

Silicon Energy XML formatter 1:4-32, 1:4-26

SMTP transporter 1:4-35, 1:4-29

standard periodic data exporter 1:4-26, 1:4-20

synchronized exporter 1:4-27, 1:4-21

targets MUG:9-14, 1:8-13

transporter 1:4-33, 1:4-27

triggered exporter 1:4-28, 1:4-22

XML formatter 1:4-33, 1:4-26

Configuring Exporters 1:4-18

Configuring Logs 1:4-22, 1:4-16

connecting

perfectHOST to mediator 1:5-4

ports

CAN 1:4-4

console 1:4-4

Dallas 1:4-5

Ethernet 1:4-5

RS-485 1:4-3

USB 1:4-5

templates in perfectHOST 1:5-67

considerations

power 1:2-8

control panel

layout 1:3-3

requirements 1:3-3

spacing 1:3-6

CPI tool

identification 1:1-6

creating

alarms MUG:9-10, 1:8-10

cloud formation MUG:9-20, 1:8-18

exporters MUG:9-15, 1:8-14

HTML monitor drawing in perfectHOST 1:5-69

perfectHOST application 1:5-4

policy MUG:10-10, 1:9-10

role MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

RSS feeds MUG:9-31, 1:8-19

triggers MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

user MUG:10-7, 1:9-7

XML FTP exporters MUG:9-19

current time MUG:17-3

D

Dallas Sensor Protocol

configuring 1:6-31

configuring a sensor point 1:6-32

connecting a sensor point 1:6-31

default

role MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

deleting

alarms MUG:9-11, 1:8-11

cloud formation MUG:9-21, 1:8-19

cloud peer MUG:9-21

cloud portal MUG:9-21

exporter transporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

policy MUG:10-12, 1:9-12

role MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

trigger MUG:9-14, 1:8-14

user MUG:10-9, 1:9-9

demand response MUG:17-1

architecture MUG:17-1

client MUG:17-2

current time MUG:17-3

event information MUG:17-2

event state entity MUG:17-2

event status MUG:17-2

handling operation mode schedule MUG:17-5

handling response schedule MUG:17-5

ISO MUG:17-2

open automated MUG:17-1

operation mode MUG:17-3

operation mode schedule MUG:17-3

participant MUG:17-2

power consumer MUG:17-2

response schedule MUG:17-3

server MUG:17-1, MUG:17-2

utility MUG:17-2

viewing event information MUG:17-4

downloading

HTML drawing to mediator 1:5-69

KNX communication objects MUG:7-7

perfectHOST to mediator 1:5-69

DRAS MUG:17-1, MUG:17-2

architecture MUG:17-1

E

editing

alarms MUG:9-10, 1:8-10

bound trigger MUG:9-13, 1:8-13

comparison trigger MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

exporter formatter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

exporters MUG:9-15, 1:8-15

password policy MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

policy MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

policy permission MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

triggers MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

user MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

user role MUG:10-9, 1:9-9

electricity

safety with 1:2-3

electrostatic discharge 1:2-3, 1:2-4

See ESD

EMC compliance 1:3-6

layout 1:3-7

mechanical requirements 1:3-6

power 1:3-7

Energywise Manager MUG:14-1

configuring MUG:14-4

energy consumption

viewing MUG:14-6

Enterprise Navigation MUG:15-1

Add

Entity MUG:15-4

Entity Root MUG:15-2

Configuration

verify MUG:15-6

create MUG:15-2

different levels MUG:15-1

Entity

Description MUG:15-6

property MUG:15-5

property group MUG:15-5

Search MUG:15-8

Specific Search MUG:15-12

Feature MUG:15-1

Save MUG:15-6

System Integrator MUG:15-1

Terms MUG:15-2

Device MUG:15-2

Downstream MUG:15-2

Entity MUG:15-2

Points MUG:15-2

User MUG:15-2

Verify

Link MUG:15-7

verify

view MUG:15-7

environment

site 1:2-7

environmental

specifications (table) 1:2-8

equipment 1:3-2

racks

rack-mounting 1:2-8

safety with 1:2-2

ESD

preventing effects of 1:2-4

ETS

configuring mediator MUG:7-5

KNX MUG:7-1

event information

current time MUG:17-3

demand response MUG:17-2

event status MUG:17-2

operation mode MUG:17-3

operation mode schedule MUG:17-3

response schedule MUG:17-3

viewing MUG:17-4

Event Manager

alarm states MUG:9-2, 1:8-2

filtering events MUG:9-8, 1:8-8

sorting events MUG:9-9, 1:8-9

events

filtering MUG:9-8, 1:8-8

sorting MUG:9-9, 1:8-9

event status MUG:17-2

exporter

configuring 1:4-25, 1:4-19

Silicon Energy

configuring 1:4-26, 1:4-20

standard periodic data

configuring 1:4-26, 1:4-20

synchronized

configuring 1:4-27, 1:4-21

triggered

configuring 1:4-28, 1:4-22

exporters

adding FTP transporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-17

adding SFTP transporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

adding SMTP transporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-16

adding sources MUG:9-16, 1:8-15

adding transporter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

adding XML FTP sources MUG:9-19

adding XML FTP transporter MUG:9-19

alarms MUG:9-14

creating MUG:9-15, 1:8-14

creating XML FTP MUG:9-19

deleting transporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

editing MUG:9-15, 1:8-15

editing formatter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

F

filtering

events MUG:9-8, 1:8-8

formatter

configuring 1:4-28, 1:4-22

CSV

configuring 1:4-29, 1:4-22

delimited data

configuring 1:4-29, 1:4-23

editing exporter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

Enernoc

configuring 1:4-29, 1:4-23

Enernoc V2

configuring 1:4-30, 1:4-24

FSG XML

configuring 1:4-31, 1:4-25

MeterMail

configuring 1:4-31, 1:4-25

Silicon Energy XML

configuring 1:4-32, 1:4-26

XML

configuring 1:4-33, 1:4-26

framework

configurable nodes MUG:2-2

G

Global Navigation

assigning privileges 1:14-4

configurating database 1:14-3

elements 1:14-3

launching 1:14-2

Global Setpoints

deleting Global Setpoints MUG:16-12, 1:15-12

editing groups

adding entities manually MUG:16-12, 1:15-12

guidelines

airflow 1:2-8

lifting 1:2-5

rack installation 1:2-6

rack-mounting configuration 1:2-10

safety 1:2-1

wiring 1:4-1

H

hardware specifications 1:1-1

Host Management

Adding a remote host 1:4-13

HTML drawing

viewing on mediator 1:5-70

HTML monitor drawing 1:5-69

creating in perfectHOST 1:5-69

downloading to mediator 1:5-69

I

identification

CPI 1:1-6

interaction MUG:1-3

introduction

policy MUG:10-4, 1:9-4

policy context MUG:10-1, 1:9-1

role MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

user MUG:10-3, 1:9-3

ISO

interface MUG:17-2

K

KNX

architecture MUG:7-1

communication objects MUG:7-4

configuring MUG:7-3

downloading communication objects MUG:7-7

E mode MUG:7-1

ETS tool MUG:7-1

physical address MUG:7-5

protocol MUG:7-1

S mode MUG:7-1

topology MUG:7-1

troubleshooting configuration MUG:7-11

verifying communication objects MUG:7-12

verifying stack MUG:7-11

verifying stack data MUG:7-12

verifying stack run state MUG:7-11

L

License

downloading license files 1:3-4

general information 1:3-1

ordering information 1:3-2

point 1:3-2

Global Management 1:3-2

product configurations 1:3-2

protocol 1:3-2

purchasing licenses 1:3-3

terminology 1:3-1

lifting guidelines 1:2-5

location

serial number 1:1-2

M

Mediator

Backing up 1:2-16

configuring 1:2-5

system settings 1:2-17

connecting power 1:2-3

to AC power 1:2-3

to DC power 1:2-3

LED codes 1:2-4

modiying user accounts 1:2-19

password guidelines 1:2-19

recovering password 1:2-20

user guidelines 1:2-19

restoring 1:2-16

setting up the Mediator 1:2-2

upgrading 1:2-7

copying the image file 1:2-11

downloading the image file 1:2-8

extracting image file contents 1:2-8

verifying Framework and MOE 1:2-15

mediator

verifying KNX stack MUG:7-11

verifying KNX stack data MUG:7-12

verifying KNX stack runstate MUG:7-11

Mediator framework

overview MUG:2-1

Mediator Manager

modiying user accounts 1:2-9

password guidelines 1:2-10

username guidelines 1:2-9

recovering 1:2-8

setting up 1:2-2

configuring 1:2-4

connecting 1:2-2

upgrading 1:2-5

copying the image file 1:2-6

downloading the image file 1:2-5

framework 1:2-7

image file contents 1:2-5

verifying framework 1:2-8

Mediator web client

components MUG:8-3, 1:7-3

launching MUG:8-1, 1:7-1

system requirements MUG:8-1, 1:7-1

method of procedures

See MOP

MOP 1:2-5, 1:2-9

mounting

material 1:3-2

procedure 1:3-2

N

Navigation Tree 1:13-3

add an entity 1:13-5

create 1:13-3

export

downstream Mediators 1:13-7

Output Mediator Configuration 1:13-9

feature 1:13-1

save 1:13-7

Terms 1:13-2

Device 1:13-2

Entity root 1:13-2

Pane 1:13-2

Points 1:13-2

Root 1:13-2

Tree 1:13-2

User 1:13-2

Verify

display 1:13-11

link 1:13-10

view 1:13-10

verify 1:13-9

Node

Calculator

Date and Time 1:4-18

Time 1:4-17

Time Server 1:4-19

Continous 1:4-19

Intermittent 1:4-20

Nodes

Calculated Virtual Point 1:4-14

Calculator 1:4-16

Virtual 1:4-13

Add 1:4-13

Virtual Point Node 1:4-14

O

openADR MUG:17-1

client service MUG:17-3

configuring MUG:17-3

operation mode MUG:17-3

schedule MUG:17-3

operation mode schedule

handling MUG:17-5

overview MUG:1-1

P

password policy

changing MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

editing MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

perfectHOST

adding templates 1:5-64

Alarm template 1:5-67

MPX_GET template 1:5-64

MPX_SET template 1:5-65

Number template 1:5-66

Schedule template 1:5-67

Trimmer template 1:5-65

Application Editor 1:5-4

compiling application 1:5-68

connecting templates 1:5-67

connecting to mediator 1:5-4

creating application 1:5-4

creating HTML monitor drawing 1:5-69

downloading to mediator 1:5-69

perfectHOST templates

frequently used templates 1:5-25

saving application 1:5-68

template 1:5-1

template and macro groups 1:5-5

uninstalling 1:5-70

viewing HTML drawing 1:5-70

permissions

type MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

configure MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

manage users MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

override MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

view MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

planning

site 1:2-5

policy

about MUG:10-4, 1:9-4

adding MUG:10-10, 1:9-10

creating MUG:10-10, 1:9-10

deleting MUG:10-12, 1:9-12

editing MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

introduction MUG:10-4, 1:9-4

policy context

about MUG:10-1, 1:9-1

introduction MUG:10-1, 1:9-1

policy permission

changing MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

editing MUG:10-11, 1:9-11

power

connecting

AC 1:4-2

DC 1:4-2

considerations 1:2-8

power lines (warning) 1:2-1, 1:2-3

power supplies (warning) 1:2-1, 1:2-3

power supply (warning) 1:2-3

precautions

general precautions 1:2-1

prerequisites MUG:1-1

procedure

method of 1:2-9

Protocol

Secure Remote Node Abstraction 1:6-1

Configuration 1:6-2

IPaddress list 1:6-3

SSH 1:6-3

protocol

configuring KNX MUG:7-3

KNX MUG:7-1

Protocols

Configuring

SRNA 1:6-1

SRNA 1:6-16

R

rack

4-post (open) 1:2-7

enclosed (do not use) 1:2-7

rack installation

guidelines 1:2-6

rack-mount

4-post hardware kit 1:2-11

rack-mounting configuration

guidelines 1:2-10

response schedule

handling MUG:17-5

restricted access (warning) 1:2-3, 1:2-5

role

about MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

adding MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

creating MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

default MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

deleting MUG:10-6, 1:9-6

introduction MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

RS-232 Communications

Configuring

AirLink Redwing CDPD Modem Nodes 1:6-5

Alpha Plus Meter Nodes 1:6-7

Capstone Micro-Turbine Protocol Nodes 1:6-7

EDF Labview Device Nodes 1:6-8

PPP Connection Nodes 1:6-9

RS-232 com port node 1:6-4

RS-232 to RS-485 Converter Nodes 1:6-10

RSS feeds MUG:9-8, MUG:9-31, 1:8-19

S

Safety 1:2-1

Electrical 1:2-1

ESD 1:2-3

Equipment 1:2-4

AC 24 V 1:2-4

DC 24 V 1:2-4

PTCs 1:2-5

surge protection 1:2-5

UPS 1:2-5

Field Wiring

Isolated repeater 1:2-4

RS-485 multipoint 1:2-3

RS-485 network 1:2-3

safety

guidelines 1:2-1

saving

perfectHOST application 1:5-68

SELV circuits (warning) 1:2-3

serial number

location 1:1-2

server

demand response MUG:17-1, MUG:17-2

service

openADR client MUG:17-3

shipping box contents 1:3-1

site

configuration 1:2-7

environment 1:2-7

planning 1:2-5

requirement, MOPs 1:2-9

smart grid MUG:17-1

sorting

events MUG:9-9, 1:8-9

system architecture

levels 1:1-5

system requirements MUG:9-1, 1:8-1

T

targets

configuring MUG:9-14, 1:8-13

temperature and humidity guidelines 1:2-8

template

Alarm 1:5-67

MPX_GET 1:5-64

MPX_SET 1:5-65

Number 1:5-66

Schedule 1:5-67

Trimmer 1:5-65

templates

connecting in perfectHOST 1:5-67

Templates Inside Mediator (TIM) application 1:5-2

topology

KNX MUG:7-1

transporter

adding exporter MUG:9-16, 1:8-16

adding FTP exporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-17

adding SFTP exporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

adding SMTP exporter MUG:9-17, 1:8-16

adding XML FTP exporter MUG:9-19

configuring 1:4-33, 1:4-27

deleting exporter MUG:9-18, 1:8-18

FTP

configuring 1:4-35, 1:4-29

HTTP Post

configuring 1:4-33, 1:4-27

secure FTP

configuring 1:4-34, 1:4-28

Silicon Energy HTTP Post

configuring 1:4-34, 1:4-28

SMTP

configuring 1:4-35, 1:4-29

trigger

deleting MUG:9-14, 1:8-14

triggering

alarms MUG:9-11, 1:8-10

triggers

bound MUG:9-13, 1:8-13

comparison MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

creating MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

editing MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

editing bound MUG:9-13, 1:8-13

editing comparison MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

targets MUG:9-14, 1:8-13

types MUG:9-12, 1:8-12

Troubleshooting 1:5-1

Communications 1:5-3

Diagnostics 1:5-3

Panel 1:5-1

RS-485

Digital multimeter 1:5-3

schematic 1:5-4

shunting-type 1:5-4

twisted pair 1:5-3

voltage 1:5-4

Wiring termination 1:5-2

troubleshooting

KNX configuration MUG:7-11

type

permissions MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

configure MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

manage users MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

override MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

view MUG:10-2, 1:9-2

U

user

about MUG:10-3, 1:9-3

adding MUG:10-7, 1:9-7

creating MUG:10-7, 1:9-7

deleting MUG:10-9, 1:9-9

editing MUG:10-8, 1:9-8

introduction MUG:10-3, 1:9-3

user role

editing MUG:10-9, 1:9-9

utility

demand response MUG:17-2

interface MUG:17-2

participant MUG:17-2

power consumer MUG:17-2

V

verifying

KNX communication objects MUG:7-12

viewing

energy consumption MUG:14-6

reports MUG:14-6

event information MUG:17-4

HTML drawing on mediator 1:5-70

W

Web Express MUG:13-1, 1:12-1

refresh rate MUG:13-18, 1:12-17

web pages

copy multiple MUG:13-20, 1:12-19

delete multiple MUG:13-20, 1:12-19

deleting MUG:13-19, 1:12-18

editing MUG:13-19, 1:12-18

upload MUG:13-21, 1:12-20

viewing MUG:13-19, 1:12-18

widgets MUG:13-3, 1:12-3

wiring

analog input 1:4-8

analog output 1:4-9

digital input 1:4-10

digital output 1:4-10

X

xml-rpc

diagram MUG:1-2

handlers MUG:1-2