If you can ping another device from the XigmaNAS server, then from another computer on the same subnet, point your Web Browser at the XigmaNAS server IP Address (http://192.168.8.128 in this example) You should be presented with a login/password dialogue box like that shown here.
At the login/password dialogue Enter:
You should be presented with the XigmaNAS Web GUI System Status page as shown on the next page. The currently loaded version of XigmaNAS is displayed on this page as well as other useful information.
XigmaNAS web pages are configured with the Navigation Tree in the Left-Hand side of the page and the Display and Data entry area to the right of the Navigation Tree.
The XigmaNAS Hostname is displayed on this and all other XigmaNAS WebGUI pages. This is useful when more than one XigmaNAS will be administered.
Within the Display and Data Entry areas of WebGUI pages, some displays have additional controls such as those shown here:
The system will ask for a login username and then hit enter, it will ask again for a password like shown below.
At the login/password prompts Enter:
The Console Menu is self explanatory here, just select a # and press [Enter], then follow further dialog instructions if any.
Last login: Sun Apr 12 10:37:15 2020 Welcome to XigmaNAS! xigmanas: ~# /etc/rc.initial Console Menu ------------ 1) Configure Network Interfaces 10) Configure Hosts Allow for WebGUI 2) Configure Network IP Address 11) Restart WebGUI 3) Reset WebGUI Password 12) Restart WebGUI, force HTTP on port 80 4) Reset to Factory Defaults 20) Console Keyboard Map 5) Ping Host 6) Shell 7) Reboot Server 8) Shutdown Server Enter a number: