You will need the following installed or downloaded on your computer:
Before starting the VM, configure the following settings (as shown) to work optimally with Xeams.
While you can use a NAT network adapter, it is much easier to use Bridge Adapter. NAT will place your Virtual Machine on a separate subnetwork, so you will have to open up ports on your VM in order to make it accessible from other devices. On the other hand, a Bridged Adapter creates the VM on the same network, so accessing Xeams would not require opening up any firewalls or setting up any port forwarding.
Upon starting the VM, you might encounter a failed network status. To fix this, you need to configure the Network settings in VMWare Player. Specify a Bridged Network Connection:
Select the Intel(R) Network Adapter, then click OK:
|SSH/SFTP||22 Connect to this VM via an SSH or SFTP connection|
|Xeams||5272 Xeams's web interface is accessible via port 5272|
Open up a browser on a different computer.
Go to http://xeams01:5272
This should bring you to Xeams's Web Interface. If this is your first time connecting, follow the on-screen instructions to set up some initial configuration settings. After completing the initial setup, you are ready to use Xeams!
|Root Password||Not set: Run bash command (sudo passwd)|