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Network miners #320

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tutorialevideo opened this Issue Dec 29, 2017 · 2 comments

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tutorialevideo commented Dec 29, 2017

I tryed to scan the network miners but no luck tested on 2 diff PC-s with win 10 64 bits any sugetion?

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What miners are these? Are the miners on your local network? What are some example IPs?

Check the documentation here:

Specifically ensure your miners are configured properly and that the RPC-API-Test succeeds. There are also options under Advanced Application Settings for determining what IPs are scanned:

You can also manually edit NetworkDevicesConfiguration.xml in the settings folder (%appdata%\MultiMiner on Windows, ~/.config/MultiMiner/ otherwise) to add / update entries with the format:

  <NetworkDevice>
    <IPAddress>192.168.0.XYZ</IPAddress>
    <Port>4028</Port>
    <Sticky>true</Sticky>
    <Hidden>false</Hidden>
    <RecentCommands />
  </NetworkDevice>

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nwoolls commented Jan 3, 2018

What miners are these? Are the miners on your local network? What are some example IPs?

Check the documentation here:

Specifically ensure your miners are configured properly and that the RPC-API-Test succeeds. There are also options under Advanced Application Settings for determining what IPs are scanned:

You can also manually edit NetworkDevicesConfiguration.xml in the settings folder (%appdata%\MultiMiner on Windows, ~/.config/MultiMiner/ otherwise) to add / update entries with the format:

  <NetworkDevice>
    <IPAddress>192.168.0.XYZ</IPAddress>
    <Port>4028</Port>
    <Sticky>true</Sticky>
    <Hidden>false</Hidden>
    <RecentCommands />
  </NetworkDevice>

Edit: added a new help topic:

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nwoolls Feb 4, 2018

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Closing due to no response. If this problem persists, please reopen the issue.

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nwoolls commented Feb 4, 2018

Closing due to no response. If this problem persists, please reopen the issue.

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