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July 05, 2013, 02:34:11 PM
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I noticed that the numbers of Fan# and Temp# are interchanged. Temp3 is alwas a bit more than Temp2, though Fan2 runs faster than Fan3.

Is that only how it is shown or maybe the fans are connected to the wrong output ? How to find out ?

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July 05, 2013, 03:07:04 PM
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I have a retail TP-Link 703n flashed with the Avalon software.  It is running on my network so I can learn the interface before delivery.

Today I notice a large number of attempts to log in as root from 59.53.94.9
This may be an address in China, no DNS names are returned after the chinatelecom.10gigabitethernet6-1.core1.lax1.he.net hop.


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July 05, 2013, 04:24:31 PM
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Maybe a noobish question, but can't find answer to that:

How do I display UI of cgminer in my ssh session when cgminer runs as default (automatic service)?
I like the UI, want to play with pools, change them easily ...

And if it is not possible to bring that cgminer to my ssh session terminal, how do you switch pools? -> using cgminer-api
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July 05, 2013, 04:49:23 PM
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I have a retail TP-Link 703n flashed with the Avalon software.  It is running on my network so I can learn the interface before delivery.

Today I notice a large number of attempts to log in as root from 59.53.94.9
This may be an address in China, no DNS names are returned after the chinatelecom.10gigabitethernet6-1.core1.lax1.he.net hop.



Where did you find the logs for login attempts ?
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July 05, 2013, 05:00:02 PM
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con,

is a vardiff of 236 getting too high?
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July 05, 2013, 05:06:02 PM
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I have a retail TP-Link 703n flashed with the Avalon software.  It is running on my network so I can learn the interface before delivery.

Today I notice a large number of attempts to log in as root from 59.53.94.9
This may be an address in China, no DNS names are returned after the chinatelecom.10gigabitethernet6-1.core1.lax1.he.net hop.



Where did you find the logs for login attempts ?

On the web page. status --> system log


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July 05, 2013, 05:21:40 PM
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Is that only how it is shown or maybe the fans are connected to the wrong output ? How to find out ?
Yes, sensors messed up, #3 sensor in module located near PSU, #2 sensor in last module, fans counted from thin fan. Temp sensors connectors located near thin fan you can easily swap it. (3-wire connectors).

I recommend move last module to #4 position and move air spoiler to #3 position.
Today I move module to #4 position and replaced thin fan with Scythe Glide Stream PWM (1900rmp) and added extra fan at left exhaust hole. (extra fan at center effective but heat build up in last module)

Now I have:
Chip frequency 336:
Fan1 Fan2 Fan3 T1 T2 T3
0 2400 2640 29 48 49 (27C room temperature, Fan1 and extra fan connected to PSU and run constantly at ~1900rpm)
697W from wall (80+Gold PSU)

Chip frequency 350:
Fan1 Fan2 Fan3 T1 T2 T3
0 2520 2640 29 50 50
726W from wall
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July 05, 2013, 07:56:47 PM
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Does anyone know how to setup remote access to Avalon Asic at all so that someone can monitor and change stuff in it? Have looked in the settings area of the unit and cant find anywhere to set up remote access.
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July 05, 2013, 08:05:34 PM
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I have a retail TP-Link 703n flashed with the Avalon software.  It is running on my network so I can learn the interface before delivery.

Today I notice a large number of attempts to log in as root from 59.53.94.9
This may be an address in China, no DNS names are returned after the chinatelecom.10gigabitethernet6-1.core1.lax1.he.net hop.



Where did you find the logs for login attempts ?

On the web page. status --> system log

Do you suspect a backdoor or information leakage?

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July 05, 2013, 08:14:59 PM
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noobish question here, but I just received my avalon and the allen screws on the side panel are extremely tight. I assume the panel w/o the ASIC side mounted screws is the one to take off to open the unit up. What do I have to do to get inside this thing?

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July 05, 2013, 08:16:08 PM
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Does anyone know how to setup remote access to Avalon Asic at all so that someone can monitor and change stuff in it? Have looked in the settings area of the unit and cant find anywhere to set up remote access.

what internet access do you have? normally you do a port forward in your router and set up an account for a service like no-ip.com if you have a dynamic ip.
that's how I did it.
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July 05, 2013, 08:23:28 PM
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noobish question here, but I just received my avalon and the allen screws on the side panel are extremely tight. I assume the panel w/o the ASIC side mounted screws is the one to take off to open the unit up. What do I have to do to get inside this thing?

You need an alonkey to unscrew them, yes they are tight use one with a handle on.
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July 05, 2013, 08:26:03 PM
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On the web page. status --> system log

Dumb question, but why is your board exposed to the outside big bad Internets? Stuff like this should be cuddled away behind a firewall...

SSH probes to login attempt are impossible to count here, on some systems we have to run Fail2Ban to keep the load down....

If you have an avalon, put it behind a nat gateway or firewall, install pfsense on system
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July 05, 2013, 08:30:32 PM
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I think its the normal attempt to scan everythin what is on the net..
I don't now what would be the point to hack an avalon, everyone would notice it fast if the worker in his pool would do nothing..
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July 05, 2013, 08:31:58 PM
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Does anyone know how to setup remote access to Avalon Asic at all so that someone can monitor and change stuff in it? Have looked in the settings area of the unit and cant find anywhere to set up remote access.

what internet access do you have? normally you do a port forward in your router and set up an account for a service like no-ip.com if you have a dynamic ip.
that's how I did it.

I am using static IP on my main router and I have no clue how the Avalon is
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July 05, 2013, 08:36:50 PM
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Does anyone know how to setup remote access to Avalon Asic at all so that someone can monitor and change stuff in it? Have looked in the settings area of the unit and cant find anywhere to set up remote access.

what internet access do you have? normally you do a port forward in your router and set up an account for a service like no-ip.com if you have a dynamic ip.
that's how I did it.

I am using static IP on my main router and I have no clue how the Avalon is

so you mean logging in to your avalon for the first time? Or manage it from anywhere over the internet?
If you mean the first thing, its on IP-Adr. 192.168.0.100, so you have to use 192.168.0.x for the PC you want to connect from.
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July 05, 2013, 08:44:11 PM
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noobish question here, but I just received my avalon and the allen screws on the side panel are extremely tight. I assume the panel w/o the ASIC side mounted screws is the one to take off to open the unit up. What do I have to do to get inside this thing?

You need an alonkey to unscrew them, yes they are tight use one with a handle on.

got it open, yeah it was tough, but once got enough appropriate torque they came off w/ ease. Now, to know if everything is hooked up properly or not.
The stock PSU is a GX850  - not sure on manufacturer.
Looks really clean inside, dont think they mined much on it. Its black case. This thing is built really well.... love the case design. Pictures dont do it justice. Heres, to hoping it works...will fire it up in like hour or so, when have lunch for work.

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July 05, 2013, 09:03:10 PM
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I have a retail TP-Link 703n flashed with the Avalon software.  It is running on my network so I can learn the interface before delivery.

Today I notice a large number of attempts to log in as root from 59.53.94.9
This may be an address in China, no DNS names are returned after the chinatelecom.10gigabitethernet6-1.core1.lax1.he.net hop.



Where did you find the logs for login attempts ?

On the web page. status --> system log

Do you suspect a backdoor or information leakage?

Of course I do.  But I don't think it passes the sanity test.

I try to be respectful and informed.
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July 05, 2013, 09:04:09 PM
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Does anyone know how to setup remote access to Avalon Asic at all so that someone can monitor and change stuff in it? Have looked in the settings area of the unit and cant find anywhere to set up remote access.

what internet access do you have? normally you do a port forward in your router and set up an account for a service like no-ip.com if you have a dynamic ip.
that's how I did it.

I am using static IP on my main router and I have no clue how the Avalon is

so you mean logging in to your avalon for the first time? Or manage it from anywhere over the internet?
If you mean the first thing, its on IP-Adr. 192.168.0.100, so you have to use 192.168.0.x for the PC you want to connect from.

 I have it setup running I want to remote access to it via say my phone for when am out or someone to manage the system when I am not on it.
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July 05, 2013, 09:07:10 PM
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noobish question here, but I just received my avalon and the allen screws on the side panel are extremely tight. I assume the panel w/o the ASIC side mounted screws is the one to take off to open the unit up. What do I have to do to get inside this thing?

You need an alonkey to unscrew them, yes they are tight use one with a handle on.

got it open, yeah it was tough, but once got enough appropriate torque they came off w/ ease. Now, to know if everything is hooked up properly or not.
The stock PSU is a GX850  - not sure on manufacturer.
Looks really clean inside, dont think they mined much on it. Its black case. This thing is built really well.... love the case design. Pictures dont do it justice. Heres, to hoping it works...will fire it up in like hour or so, when have lunch for work.

Is your a 4x modual or 3x modual one as most come with 750s but hearing a lot of different ones people been getting in theirs.

Next thing would look over at wiki for avlaon and on page 80 odd on here as theirs new firmware and also tips to take speeds upto 85GH
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