RMS 2.0 and ingenico i6550

Reading the posts I understand that i 6550 is compatible with RMS 2.0. Is it compatible out of the box? OR Does it have to be encrypted by the CC
processor just like other pinpads like Verifone 1000SE? My credit card processor National City bank which is part of "Bank of America" states that ingenico is not compatible with their network VISANET/VITAL. Where as my integrator states that it works with RMS 2.0. Now this is very confusing and I do not want to invest anything before making sure. Can you experts let me know and explain what I need to do to make it work? any cautions / preventive steps? Please let me know. Thanks, Raj
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Raj ji; You have to encrypted your pin pad from your precessor otherwise It will not work. Even If you have your own Verifone 100se.You should test your pinpad using Microsoft opos object service before encryotion.. If your pinpad pas the test that mean your can use your pinpad. My suggetion is try with serial cable.

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Harjit ji,
Thanks a lot for your response and suggestion. Ingenico i6550 terminal which I would like to use has been tested by Microsoft to communicate with RMS so that part I can take it for sure. Trouble is if my processor says it does not support i6550 and therefore they will not be able to encrypt it for debit transactions. So here the question arises whether encryption is required or not for i6550. OR is it that encryption is already set for some selected networks and processors within the RMS? May be this can be well answered by RMS developers and credit card integrators or someone who has already done it.
Yes encryption is required for Verifone 1000SE and they support it so they will encrypt it.
Thanks for your response again. Raj
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