Start a C3Fire Server in a local area network (LAN) - Mac

From C3LearningLabs

Quick instructions
 In a terminal window, do the following commands

cd /Applications/C3System/C3LearningLabs/C3Fire/Server
sudo sh C3FireServer-Start-Mac.sh

Start C3Fire Server

This describes how to start a C3Fire server in a local area network (LAN).
How to install and configure a server is described here, Install and Config.

You can start C3Fire server with the commands described below in a terminal window.

 You can launch a terminal window by:
 Click on the terminal icon in the Launchpad.


 or, Click the Spotlight icon. It’s the magnifying glass at the top right corner of the screen.
 Type terminal.app into the search box.

Go to the C3Fire server folder: <C3LEARNINGLABS-ROOT>/C3Fire/Server/
Example: cd /Applications/C3System/C3LearningLabs/C3Fire/Server
Start the server with the following command:
sudo sh C3FireServer-Start-Mac.sh

After some startup time the C3Fire server should write 'C3Fire Server Running', and 'Waiting On Manager'.


If the C3Fire server does not start go to Troubleshooting C3Fire Server.

Web Server

When the C3Fire server is started, a pre-configured web server is also started.
The web server uses the port 8380, can be changed in the server configuration file, C3FireServerConfig.xml.

You can test the web server by surfing to the server computer with a web browser.

local host:
'your-ip-number:8380', Example, LAN:, WAN:

The browser should show the following page.

Web page

A web server error can occur if the port already is used on the server computer or if the firewall stops the connection.

If the web server does not start go to Troubleshooting Web Server.