Sorry, for some reason I don't see these option in DLS. Let me know what section you found them under and I will look. It should be the same ports DLS uses to connect. I don;t think I changes these from the default, only what was listed in the driver documentation. See below:
Note: Beginning with NEO firmware version 5.01, some of the subsections to set up communication changed. If your system uses this later firmware, use the subsection numbers in red.
Before the DSC panel using the ITv2 communication module will be able to communicate with the Control4 system, the panel will need to be properly configured and some information will need to be retrieved from the panel. It will be necessary to know the installer’s code for the panel. After all the communication values have been set, it may be necessary to power cycle the panel to have it start in the right mode.
To look at the communication information on the panel, using the keypad press “*” then “8” the installer’s code. Then enter “851”. The screen will say “enter subsection.” (If “851” is invalid, make sure that option 5 is set on subsection “382” and retry.)
Enter “651” (“422”). The screen will show a 12 digit number (6 digits at a time, use the arrow keys to scroll to see the other digits). This is the unique code that identifies this particular unit. This number is not editable. Make note of the first 8 digits as they will be used as the “peer key” for communication encryption. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “652” (“423”). The screen will show an 8 digit number (4 digits at a time). This number is editable and can be set to anything desired. It will be used as the “own key” for communication encryption. Make a note of the number. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Note: If the “652” (“423”) subsection doesn’t work, then this unit won’t communicate with encrypted data so two encryption keys will not be needed.
For serial communication:
Enter “663” (“425”). Bits 1 and 5 need to be on for serial communication. Bits can be toggled by pressing the number for that bit. The screen should read “1 - - - 5 - - -“. Press the “#” to go back to the subsection screen. Press “#” again to return to the selection screen and once more to return to the main screen.
For IP communication:
Enter “663” (“425”). Bits 3 and 5 need to be on for Ethernet communication. Bits can be toggled by pressing the number for that bit. The screen should read “- - 3 - 5 - - -“. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “664” (“426”). Bit 3 needs to be on for TCP communications. The screen should read “- - 3 - - - - -“. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “693” (“428”). Enter the IP address of the controller running Director. The panel will initiate the communication and needs to know what address to target. The address will be displayed 3 digits at a time, so use the arrow keys to get to the next session. For example if Director’s IP address were 192.168.0.123 then enter 192 > 168 > 000 > 123. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “694” (“429”). Make sure this number “0C00”. This is the port number used for the communications. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “711”. Make sure this is “0078”. This is another 8 digit number that only shows 4 digits at a time. Initially this will show 0000, but scroll right to see the other digits. This is the number seconds for the TCP timeout. If the panel hasn’t received any communication in this period of time, the communications will reset and attempt to connect again. (This is a hexadecimal number 78hex is the same as 120dec, so this actually means 120 seconds, or 2 minutes.) Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen.
Enter “992”. This is the IP address of the panel’s communication module. We won’t need to know it for our setup, but make sure it’s valid. Press “#” to go back to the subsection screen. Press “#” again to return to the selection screen and once more to return to the main screen.
Control4 Project Configuration
Open Composer and add the DSC TL280 security panel driver to your project.
Before Director can communicate with the ITv2 module, it needs to have settings entered.
In System Design mode in Composer select the Security Panel device to go to its properties page.
In the “Advanced Properties” section, click on the “Actions” tab.
Click on the “Enter Installation Info” button. Enter a valid user code, your installer code, the Peer Key (read from location 651 on the keypad), and the Own Key (read from location 652 on the keypad). If the panel doesn’t support encryption, i.e. location 651 and/or 652 was invalid, then just leave these slots blank.
Click “OK” to close the dialog box.
For serial communication:
Check on the “Properties” tab of the “Advanced Properties” and make that “Communication Method” is set to “Serial”.
Change to connections mode and bind the serial connection of the security panel to the appropriate serial connection on the controller or other device. This will start the communication process.
Note: make sure that the panel is using a straight-through serial cable connected to a Control4 controller or other device that supports serial connections.
For IP communication:
Go to the “Properties” tab of the “Advanced Properties” and change “Communication Method” to “IP”. This will start the port listening for communication from the security panel. It may take 3 or 4 minutes, so be patient.