Primex recognizes today's organizations have complex network infrastructures, a division of responsibilities, and standard information security policies associated with data confidentiality, network bandwidth, and security of the systems deployed at their facilities.
This content is intended to provide information to answer the technical questions you or your staff may have regarding the Primex OneVue platform and Primex devices.
Architecture: OneVue is a multi-tenant solution built on top of Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS is designed with multiple layers of protection, including secure data transfer, encryption, network configuration, and application-level controls distributed across a scalable, secure infrastructure.
Network communication: Primex devices equipped with Power over Ethernet (PoE), wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi technology communicate over your facility's network to OneVue by way of the HTTPS communication protocol.
NTP Servers: Primex devices that require a NTP time source can be configured for up to three internal or external NTP Servers. Use of external NTP Servers require port 123 to be open.
Network Profiles: A Network Profile in OneVue represents a network at your facility and each Primex network device is assigned to a network. Once assigned, the network settings are downloaded to the Primex device, which allows the device to connect to your facility's network to transmit data to and download settings from OneVue. For OneVue devices that use NTP time, its assigned network also allow its connection to an external NTP Server (time source).
OneVue Device Configurator (ODC) app: The OneVue app is used to configure OneVue Sync Transmitters. For a new system deployment or when adding or replacing a OneVue Sync Transmitter, the Transmitter is required to be configured onsite with the ODC app. A Transmitter will not operate until it's configured. The ODC app is available for both iOS and Android mobile devices. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play™ (search for Primex OneVue Device Configurator).
Access to network profile settings: Who has access to view and manage network profiles and device network settings is controlled by the role assigned to a user.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)/Ethernet and Wi-Fi enabled devices connect to OneVue using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) protocol (port 443); all communication is encrypted.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)/Ethernet and Wi-Fi devices, and the OneVue web browser interface only initiate outbound network connections and do not initiate inbound network connections.
OneVue client and device data is encrypted in transmit and all sensitive data is encrypted at rest.
Primex devices support an array of network communication options for secure wireless network connectivity.
Users can access OneVue from a supported web browser on an internet enabled device, improving flexibility and mobility.
User access to the OneVue user interface is through a web browser by way of the HTTPS protocol (port 443).