- A data point import.
- Physically plugging into the data point or docking station and using the Wireup module.
In order to collect utilization data, it is crucial to ensure that all spaces have been wired-up correctly.
Wireup Workpoints via a Data Point Import
Before you complete this the switches must be imported. Refer to Switch Import.
If you have mappings from switch ports to desks, sometimes referred to as a patching schedule, then this can be imported instead of completing a manual audit. Refer to the Data Point Import. Send the data point import file to Serraview support team via the Serraview's File Upload.
Wireup Workpoints manually
Serraview's Wireup module allows non-technical auditors to quickly and accurately audit locations to connect (or "wireup") switch ports to their physical locations.
Use the following checklist to ensure you are ready to send your auditors out to wireup a space.
Your System Administrator can make sure that the required space types display in the Wireup module and if needed hide any space types that do not need to be wired up. The setting called Show Space Type in Wireup check box can be used to show or hide space types in the Wireup module, refer to Add, Edit, or Delete the Space Types.
Set up the user accounts with the required user roles.
Test the Wireup
Before you schedule the wireup, test the wireup of one desk per floor and switch (refer to Validate the floor’s switch details).
This will confirm you have a connection to the network ports and switches. Also, that you have access through the firewall.
Schedule the Audit
Project team schedules the audit team to complete the wire-up. When you schedule the wire-up make sure the audit team has:
Communications sent to Business Units
Project Team issues communications to the business units that may be disrupted by the audit.
Wireup process completed by Auditors.
For more information, refer to the Wireup Workpoints Manually.