Using an ethernet cable connect the MangoES to a network that supports DHCP. Most small office routers are configured for DHCP by default. Do not connect the MangoES directly to your computer. If DHCP is not available then see USB Utilities under Resources (inside). 

Now that the ethernet cable is connected, go ahead and connect the MangoES to the power source.


Accessing Mango for the first time

Once the power is turned on, you can access mango by going to http://mangoesXXXX.local where XXXX is your MangoES's serial number. You can also scan your network and look for a device called mangoESXXXX to find it's local IP address. You can use a free tool like for windows is good or Lan Scan for Mac.

The default password to log into Mango on the MangoES is admin / admin

Check for Updates on the Modules Page

After loging in for the first time check for updates on the Modules page:

Changing Network Configurations

On the System Setting page under Network Configuration you can modify the network options.

USB Config Utilities

The included USB Drive makes field configuration really easy without ever needing to log into the server.  You can use the configuration files on the USB drive to easily set IP address and other configurations without ever logging into the device.

To use the USB tool:

  1. Plug USB into a computer
  2. See ReadMe.pdf for detailed instructions
  3. Edit the property files as needed
  4. Plug the USB drive into the MangoES
  5. Three light will flash indicating the configuration has been successful.

Accessing the OS through Webmin

The File Manager is a powerful browser based tool that allows you to: upload, download, edit, unzip, rename, change permissions, and much more.

To log into webmin place the following URL in your browser https://<Your MangoES IP address>:10000 Note this URL uses HTTPS and not HTTP for added security. Use the MangoES root user and pass that has been provided along with your device. Once logged in you will see the home screen.

Opening the File Manager

File Manager

There may be a short delay where the browser is blank while the File Manager is loading.

Other Useful Tools

Webmin allows for full server Management and there are many other useful tools.

Accessing the MangoES over ssh


You can ssh to your MangoES using it's IP address and port 2222. Use the unique username and password provided with your MangoES