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October 21, 2013, 06:26:15 PM
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you might try staying off the 192.168.1.0... just use 192.168..1.1 for gateway, and 192.168.1.(2-245)for clients. the only one with DHCP on should be the server
I often ran into problems using .0

When the last digit is a zero it is the network.  A gateway on 192.168.1.1 is on network 192.168.1.0.  

And got the RPI working as a router.  It had an eth0 address 192.168.1.50 before.  I added the Cisco USB adapter.  That was given the address 192.168.1.116.  

I added a route to network 2.0 with "route add 192.168.2.0 eth0"

I went into /etc/network/interfaces and changed the eth0 static address from 192.168.1.50 to 192.168.2.50 and changed the broadcast address as well.  Then I restarted networking with /etc/init.d/networking restart which this time didn't disconnect me because wlan0 stayed.

Then I booted my WinXP and gave its internet connection a static address of 192.168.2.6 and changed the gateway to 192.168.2.50 and rebooted.

Could ping 192.168.2.50 and 192.168.1.116 so the WinXP laptop was reaching the wlan0 port of the RPI but when I tried pinging 192.168.1.1 it failed.

I gave the command as root on RPI "sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.forwarding=1" the tried pinging 192.168.1.1 from a dos box on the WinXP home and Bob's your uncle it worked.  Then I pinged yahoo.com from WinXP with complete success.

Now I can use the RPI as a wireless router I'll just have to establish a static address in the .2.0 net on the machine that's going to be forwarded.

Bet it's possible to do the reverse.  Say you have a non-wireless router.  Bring up the RPI, plug in a USB wireless, put the wireless on another net, adding routing and forwarding, boot a tablet and assign it a static IP in that new net, and you've converted a non-wireless router into a wireless router.

You guys are making integration into a wireless network waaaaay too difficult.  I mean, if you enjoy creating Rube Goldberg inspired networks, then by all means don't let me stop you.  However for those who want something a little more straight-forward, let me introduce you to:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003KPBRRW/ref=oh_details_o04_s02_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

What? spend more money?



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October 21, 2013, 06:26:41 PM
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its simpler than that even...
just plug it to a laptop, which has wifi
a cheapo 10/100 is plenty


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October 21, 2013, 06:30:39 PM
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you might try staying off the 192.168.1.0... just use 192.168..1.1 for gateway, and 192.168.1.(2-245)for clients. the only one with DHCP on should be the server
I often ran into problems using .0

When the last digit is a zero it is the network.  A gateway on 192.168.1.1 is on network 192.168.1.0.  

And got the RPI working as a router.  It had an eth0 address 192.168.1.50 before.  I added the Cisco USB adapter.  That was given the address 192.168.1.116.  

I added a route to network 2.0 with "route add 192.168.2.0 eth0"

I went into /etc/network/interfaces and changed the eth0 static address from 192.168.1.50 to 192.168.2.50 and changed the broadcast address as well.  Then I restarted networking with /etc/init.d/networking restart which this time didn't disconnect me because wlan0 stayed.

Then I booted my WinXP and gave its internet connection a static address of 192.168.2.6 and changed the gateway to 192.168.2.50 and rebooted.

Could ping 192.168.2.50 and 192.168.1.116 so the WinXP laptop was reaching the wlan0 port of the RPI but when I tried pinging 192.168.1.1 it failed.

I gave the command as root on RPI "sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.forwarding=1" the tried pinging 192.168.1.1 from a dos box on the WinXP home and Bob's your uncle it worked.  Then I pinged yahoo.com from WinXP with complete success.

Now I can use the RPI as a wireless router I'll just have to establish a static address in the .2.0 net on the machine that's going to be forwarded.

Bet it's possible to do the reverse.  Say you have a non-wireless router.  Bring up the RPI, plug in a USB wireless, put the wireless on another net, adding routing and forwarding, boot a tablet and assign it a static IP in that new net, and you've converted a non-wireless router into a wireless router.

You guys are making integration into a wireless network waaaaay too difficult.  I mean, if you enjoy creating Rube Goldberg inspired networks, then by all means don't let me stop you.  However for those who want something a little more straight-forward, let me introduce you to:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003KPBRRW/ref=oh_details_o04_s02_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

What? spend more money?

Just saying that your time is worth something too.  And not everyone has a spare RPi laying around. Nor a spare laptop to use as a horribly energy-inefficient wireless bridge/router.  While the 2 of you seem to have a working solution up and going (Rube Goldberg style), I just thought I'd mention some far easier solutions to others who might be contemplating the same.  Since it doesn't rely on USB to work (it's a true wireless-to-cat5 bridge), you can use it on any device with an ethernet port...or even a switch/hub to get more than 1 box talking over the wireless bridge.  
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I would not rely on a raspberry pi to act as a wireless bridge, I would much rather have a wireless gaming adapter for nearly the same price as a raspberry pi. While no longer sold, I'm using this without issue and it took a whole 10 seconds to setup...

http://support.linksys.com/en-us/support/adapters/WGA600N
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol
whatever works for you... Smiley


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October 21, 2013, 06:38:49 PM
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol

There are some crappy ones out there for sure...but the one I linked is pretty awesome for those just now starting to wonder about how to put their miner on wireless and don't want to jump through a lot hoops to do it.  I do high-end networking for a living and I'm not easily impressed with home consumer-grade gear..but this little box really surprised me for the build quality and the signal strength it was able to maintain throughout the house during my wireless torture test.
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol

There are some crappy ones out there for sure...but the one I linked is pretty awesome for those just now starting to wonder about how to put their miner on wireless and don't want to jump through a lot hoops to do it.
sure... all helps...
I was not satisfied at all with a bridge, it liked to drop connections randomly...
The laptop's range is like 10x as far, gets waaay better reception, and has never dropped the connection in 6 days so far...


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Am I having a nightmare, or did KNC forget to give us an update?
They are such a groundbreaking company they redefine words as they go along.

"Daily" means reporting on what happened yesterday, which as that was nothing, it means they have to wait for 2 days of production before giving us a "daily" report. Least that is what happened last week.
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Let's not even start on what "no later than October 15th" means to them...


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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol

There are some crappy ones out there for sure...but the one I linked is pretty awesome for those just now starting to wonder about how to put their miner on wireless and don't want to jump through a lot hoops to do it.  I do high-end networking for a living and I'm not easily impressed with home consumer-grade gear..but this little box really surprised me for the build quality and the signal strength it was able to maintain throughout the house during my wireless torture test.

BAH! I just bough one of these today for my XBMC setup as I took my old bridge to use on my miner. I was looking at that exact product, dangit. I picked up a refurb one of these for $29USD.

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October 21, 2013, 06:46:02 PM
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Don't forget "today" means "in 3 days"  Tongue
at least "2 Weeks" didn't mean a year...


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October 21, 2013, 06:54:43 PM
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Don't forget "today" means "in 3 days"  Tongue
at least "2 Weeks" didn't mean a year...
Nor was the difficulty going up 50%+ every 2 weeks back then, so no valid comparison now.

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October 21, 2013, 06:56:01 PM
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol

There are some crappy ones out there for sure...but the one I linked is pretty awesome for those just now starting to wonder about how to put their miner on wireless and don't want to jump through a lot hoops to do it.  I do high-end networking for a living and I'm not easily impressed with home consumer-grade gear..but this little box really surprised me for the build quality and the signal strength it was able to maintain throughout the house during my wireless torture test.

BAH! I just bough one of these today for my XBMC setup as I took my old bridge to use on my miner. I was looking at that exact product, dangit. I picked up a refurb one of these for $29USD.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833989024

For your application, you probably made the right choice spec-wise assuming you have a 5GHz-band access point for it to talk to.  Streaming media over 2.4Ghz isn't all that awesome...even over N...due to the crowded spectrum and all the interference that brings.  The netgear I linked is 2.4Ghz only and great for low-bandwidth applications but I wouldn't want to put a HTPC on it for multi-megabit streaming duties.
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October 21, 2013, 07:01:32 PM
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its simpler than that even...
just plug it to a laptop, which has wifi
a cheapo 10/100 is plenty

I bought into high speed wireless switches early and am still using the things.  I've got a TP-Link 8 port and a TP-Link 4 port.  They make great ethernet extenders.  My WDTV can do wifi and I bought the Cisco USB but at the time my wireless routers were only 802.11b and wouldn't accept the Cisco USB adapter logging in.  So, I ran cat5 cable and put the 4port switch there by the TV, added a 2.5" hard drive to the WDTV and I can drag and drop two weeks worth of TV programs onto the WDTV drive.  Using the high speed switch at the end of the cat5 run really improves thruput.



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October 21, 2013, 07:03:35 PM
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol
whatever works for you... Smiley

When I go to try the RPI wireless router I'll test with the hot pepper from the unmentionable company.  That should give it a suitable workout.



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Any significance to the sticker numbers? All my Jupiter boards have a "1" and I've been running 525-550GH/s fairly consistently.

#1's might just mean that since they were first they had a little more attention to detail before they got ramped up and slopped up a bit

though, I have two #1 boards and one of them is the one with the die out but the dies that do work on them seem to drop the least cores on avg.   I guess one of my VRM/caps got a little baked on the early firmwares

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October 21, 2013, 07:06:23 PM
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I tried a wireless bridge... it sucked... totally.
Want one?...lol

There are some crappy ones out there for sure...but the one I linked is pretty awesome for those just now starting to wonder about how to put their miner on wireless and don't want to jump through a lot hoops to do it.
sure... all helps...
I was not satisfied at all with a bridge, it liked to drop connections randomly...
The laptop's range is like 10x as far, gets waaay better reception, and has never dropped the connection in 6 days so far...

The old WinXP laptop has a wireless that I disabled for testing this RPI router.  Since wasn't all too difficult I might try making it the wireless router instead of the RPI.  It does only have XP home so auto config is out but with the route command it should be possible.



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October 21, 2013, 07:08:17 PM
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My order is 4114 and apparently it was picked up today. If that means anything to anyone Smiley

Yes it does: my 39xx (was paid the same hour it was ordered) is not yet even started to be produced yet.  Huh Let's see if tomorrow will bring any news...

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October 21, 2013, 07:10:06 PM
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FWIW, this bertmod mod seems to work for .96....http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/6183-bertmod-0-2-unofficial-firmware-mod-feedback-thread/page3


also, I am starting to conclude that my Saturn is pretty close to maxing out at 250GH/s on CGminer = 210-225GH/s server side w/ around 20% hardware errors on CG with 3800 WU (best so far has been .96)

I think that the Saturns like Phoenix1969's where they are hashing at 275GH/s at the server is because they have the 8 VRMs....I don't know diddly, but maybe those early units were meant to IMPRESS with those higher rates while the rest were shipped as "satisfactory units" w/ only 4 VRMS.

Hopefully the next firmware will improve on FLUSHWORK SPEED, and the error rate/WU, since I am all HASHED OUT Shocked
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October 21, 2013, 07:11:32 PM
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he next difficulty is estimated to change by 34.72% to 360,699,846 on block #266,111. That should be 5 days 5 hours 59 mins 42 seconds from now.

Thanks for ruining my day... Wink

The final will go above 400m at this rate.

ya for those that stare at this all day

http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/currency/USD.html

you get a feel of its pace upwards.. and 5 more days is an eternity so 380 min but probably 420 at current rate

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October 21, 2013, 07:18:06 PM
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FWIW, this bertmod mod seems to work for .96....http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/6183-bertmod-0-2-unofficial-firmware-mod-feedback-thread/page3


also, I am starting to conclude that my Saturn is pretty close to maxing out at 250GH/s on CGminer = 210-225GH/s server side w/ around 20% hardware errors on CG with 3800 WU (best so far has been .96)

I think that the Saturns like Phoenix1969's where they are hashing at 275GH/s at the server is because they have the 8 VRMs....I don't know diddly, but maybe those early units were meant to IMPRESS those higher rates while the rest were shipped as "satisfactory units" w/ only 4 VRMS.

Hopefully the next firmware will improve on FLUSHWORK SPEED, and the error rate/WU, since I am all HASHED OUT Shocked
all 6 boards are 4vrm
one sat likes to run @ 255, one at 265, and one at 275...  all that flashing & unlock cores, eventually dwindles down to origonal speeds after a day for me...did it 3 days in a row...


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