@c4 haha, cool.. I couldn't remember which way to go with the / ... I was like damnit... is that 16 or 32.... better leave it out. lol
@chrishaefner Unless you had a airflow restriction in that vent or it was unusually long... say longer than 10' I would think it would have been actually better than exhausting to ambient.
Try using http://myminer.io in browser. If you cannot find the IP in your router, the miner my be set to a different subnet. I run into this as antminers come with a 192.168.1.xxx address but my router (gateway) is on 192.168.11.xxx. During initial setup I have to change the IP on one of my computers to something on the 192.168.1.xxx subnet, then change the config of the miner to be on the 192.168.11.xxx subnet. There is IP scanning software that is freely available and may or may not be able to find the IP of your miner even if it is on a different subnet. I haven't used any in a long time so I couldn't recommend any. I will link you to the manual for the SP35 and point you to page 20 (Appendix . It's has a recommendation.
I may be using incorrect terminology when it comes to subnetting. I am not a networking professional. I'm sure @xpyerr can give the correct terms if I am mistaken. Regardless, the basis of what I've put above is correct when a device is on a network but can't be 'seen'.
Just watched the vid. I don't have an s9 for reference but my other antminers clearly stated to not use more than one PSU to power the miners. Try just using one, which will leave you short a board or two.
Does the S9 not have a reset button? Had to use mine on my 1st S1 maybe a dozen times until I understood that WAN on the miner is LAN.
Does the fan ever kick down after startup and then it gets back full speed as in the video? My S3 kicks down after boot and doesn't even run until the unit has been hashing for about 30 seconds.
@xpyerr I may take you up on that again haha. You've came through even when Bitmain support can't. Would I still be able to get to my miner dashboard with the IP problem though? It does continously flash.
If you can see your dashboard, your internal network is not the issue.
My concern is with the boards. Even when there is no WAN connection they should still be 0000000 not xxxxxxx.
Guys this coin is serious. Looking at the bottom of https://www.atomicproject.org/about.html you can see that this coin was created by Satoshi, Lee, Buterin and, Dr. Famous. I was skeptical until I saw Dr. Famous was on board.
Arbitrage opportunity with this coin if you can get some coins on a sell. Spread on one exchange is 1100 sats so, be careful. I see buys as low as 650 and a sell as high as 3000 across different exchanges.
Glaring omission from OP is a bitcointalk thread link.
@Dan187 Understood. If you can't do it now, maybe for a future round of funding. If you look thru the ClubHash posts and tracking you'll see we are playing a slow/long game. This has allowed us to stay alive where others have stopped operations, even if I have screwed up a couple times. The past year has weeded out quite a few people, I intend to keep it going for those that have stayed with it.
I came up with an idea since i don't like asking for handouts
Thought i'd post it up here just incase anybody had some spare BTC to loan, hopefully it will allow me to get some more flow to work on my next project
Got a deal for you that may or may not work. Invest in ClubHash and I'll put any funds you put in directly into that loan. Paying yourself interest on your potential. Feedback loop FTW.