On-Premise Setup

Our On-Premise setup may require some technical knowledge or IT Supervision but we will guide you through, step by step so that you can set it yourself.

Before we take a start, we want you to take a look at our appliance:


The Appliance

Front And Back – Diagram


Things that you need to turn on the Appliance:


FoodBucket Appliance

Power Cable

Ethernet Cables x 3

Network Router Switch

Access Point for Wireless and Wi-Fi

POS Application / Laptop / Computer/ iPad / Android

FoodBucket Appliance

Foodbucket Appliance is enterprise-grade hardware that comes with a FoodBucket server, a built-in Router OS, An SNMP, and a Diagnostic system for our FoodBucket technician.

Our FoodBucket appliance is a masterpiece machine that just needs a push of a button to start and then anything that connects to it gels into our system and starts working.

Network Switch

A network switch is required to connect more devices to Foodbucket Appliance in order to communicate with our system and also with each other for example Printers, KDS Clients, and Wifi Access Points. All can be connected to Foodbucket Appliance via Network Switch with an ethernet cable.

Make sure your Network Switch has a number of required ports. A typical system with 4 KDS Clients + 1 Wifi Access + 2 Printers router will require 8 Ports.

One to connect to FoodBucket Appliance and 7 for connecting to other devices using an ethernet cable.

Network Hub

A network hub can also be used to serve the purpose but they usually under-perform.

Access Point / Wi-Fi Router

A Wi-Fi access point also called Wi-Fi Router is used to create Wi-Fi access to the FoodBucket appliances. This is used when you have a device that supports Wi-Fi e.g. iPad, Android Tablet, etc. They are connected to an Access Point which is connected to the FoodBucket appliance.

Desktop / iPad / Tablet

This is required to verify checks and see if our appliance is working perfectly and then we connect it to our POS application.


Connect the Power Cable to the back side of the Appliance (Point # 6 in the Figure above).

  1. Connect the Appliance to the Internet using an Ethernet LAN cable to Top Ethernet Port as Shown in Figure Point # 12.

  2. Now Connect the Network Switch to the Appliance by using a LAN cable. Connect one end to the

  3. Appliance's lower Ethernet Port

  4. Connect Access Point to Network Switch

  5. Turn on the appliance, by clicking on the power button as shown in the figure above point # 5. It takes approximately 1 minute before an Appliance is fully started. Note: If the Appliance’s button has a blue light on, it means it’s already on.

  6. Now Check

  • The Upper Back LAN / Internet Port has Lights Blinking as shown below

  • Lower Back LAN / Network Port has lights Blinking as shown below

  • The network Switch has Lights blinking as shown below

  • An access point has lights blinking as shown below

  1. Connect Your POS/Laptop to the Wi-Fi that is connected to Network Switch

  2. Once it’s connected, open http://my.foodbucket.io/admin in the browser and you should be able to see the screen given below. This is it. Login using the credentials provided by our Sales Staff.

You do not need any interface to see if Appliance is working, however, in some cases, you might need to connect it to a monitor to see if there are any hardware errors. For that, just keep an LED with DVI to connect.

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