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NOMX Personal Email Server

Quick Start Guide

This document is intended for users of the nomx Personal Email Server.

It describes how to:

Connect a nomx device to your network and determine its Internet Protocol (IP) address.

Open the full manual at the nomx support site.

Connecting the nomx Device to Your Network

To connect the nomx device to your network, plug one end of the included Local Area Network (LAN) cable into the nomx device’s Ethernet port and the other into an open port on a modem/router/switch device which is connected on your network. Plug the included power supply into an open power socket on a surge protected device and plug the other end into the power socket of the nomx device.

Finding the IP address of your nomx device.

The IP address is like a phone number that your computer uses to talk to devices attached to the network. To find this IP:

  • Go to your router configuration software and look for a screen that displays the IP addresses of attached DHCP clients. This may be called something like "DHCP Clients Table" or "Attached devices."

If you can't tell which IP address is the nomx device, look for a MAC address on the client list and compare it with the MAC address of the nomx device, which is located on the bottom of the nomx device and on the enclosed QUICK START GUIDE. Here are a few example screenshots of what the client list might look like:

Linksys example

Netgear example

MAC example

Comcast example

Once you have the IP address, type it into the address line of a web browser to open the login screen of the nomx device.

For example:
http://192.168.1.124
http://192.168.0.23
http://10.1.10.17

 There you will see a link for nomx support where you can find the full user manual. Also check the included Quick Start Guide for the default username and password.

  

 login screenshot

  

For technical support email

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit

http://www.nomx.com/nomxsupport