If you want to skip the guides and start exploring CloudShark on your own, we understand! Just a few quick notes and then feel free to find your way.
There is no desktop environment, but you can connect a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the system if you need to make any changes to the operating system.
Your PCA1000 is configured for DHCP on eth0, which is the rightmost
port on the rear-panel Ethernet port pair. The system will try to
register the DNS name cloudshark on your network. If your DNS server
doesn’t support host registration, you can just check the IP address by
logging into the console. The username and password on the console are
both cloudshark. Type the command
ifconfig eth0 and your IP
address will be listed.
To upgrade your PCA1000 to a newer release of CloudShark, see our upgrade instructions.
Check out the getting started with CloudShark page for an overview of CloudShark’s most popular features.