Sometimes you may get an error along the lines of "NAZ connected but no rides found"
Generally, if this happens, it's because (as the name suggests) FulGaz can't find the rides. Error messages can be a bit vague or misleading at the best of times, so let's look at a way to check this
The definitive settings test
FulGaz is simply streaming video files over your home network, so if FulGaz can see those files, so can every other device on the network. All you need to do is copy and paste a test URL into a web browser.
Here's a test address from my home network
Here's what the address means
http:// - The protocol used for streaming
192.168.2.1 - The IP address of my iMac when accessed over WiFi
:8888/ - The port used for HTTP streaming (it's Port 80 on a PC)
TT-U23.mp4 - The name of the video to be streamed
Try creating your own test address. The video should start streaming almost instantly. If you get a a "not found" message, you've got a setting wrong somewhere.
Things to try
Is MAMP actually turned on? (Servers running)
Have you got the root directory of MAMP set correctly?
Have you got streaming set to https by mistake?
Is streaming actually turned on in FulGaz?
Try pressing the "Reset Cache" button in the FulGaz NAS settings, then wait a while for the list to populate (rides usually start appearing in 15 seconds or so).
Hint to save you pulling your hair out in despair
If you get the IP address wrong, FulGaz can sit and wait forever trying to resolve an incorrect address and basically just lock up on startup and prevent you from doing anything. If this happens, turn your wifi off and restart (or if it's plugged in, pull the Ethernet cable out).
FulGaz will then instantly turn NAS off.