Introduction to the portal
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Table of ContentsAccessing the portalLocal network accessPortal navigation Home Instances Connectors Network Tools SystemCompatible browsers
SIA is a all-in-one gateway, data logger and protocol converter for Industry and Smart Building. To help you navigate and get the overview of the SIA portal this article will help you browse the portal, show you how to accessing it and describe the menu pages.
SIA Portal is a Web App so you can access it from any device with a web browser that has access to same local network as SIA.
http://10.20.30.40 (default) or
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the configured IP of SIA)
To access the portal in the browser check Access the portal article about it.
After you have logged in to the portal the following menu will be presented.
The home of the portal. This is the first page that is being introduced after logging in.
This page will give you a list of all instances that are added to SIA as shown below.
On this page you will be able to add new instances. To add a new instance press the green top left button Add new instance.
Each instance are identified with a surrounded by a color indicating the instance status.
|Instance is online and running (green)|
|Instance has encountered an error (orange)|
|Instance is disabled (faded out)|
All the Connectors that are installed on SIA are listed and can be managed on this page. The page shows all information related to the installed Connectors and from there you can Install Connectors, Uninstall Connector and manage their associated files.
If you need to uninstall a press the red button Uninstall Connector next to the connector you want to uninstall. To install a Connector press the green button Install Connector top left.
Manage the network configuration from SIA in here. From the network page you can see all accessible network interfaces and manage them.
Each network interface have a associated icon that indicates if it is Wireless or Wired interface.
Handy tools and their configuration are found under the Tools page. Currently Shadow API is the only configurable tool accessible.
The System page shows all the system settings and information. From System page you can set the clock, change the settings and check the space consumption.