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September 01, 2017, 07:06:16 AM
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Does anyone here know much about Chromebooks? I'm sending a D3 to a friend in Thailand, we are installing internet, and of course need to be able to access the router to get the network address of the miner so she can then access the web interface. I've simply never used a Chromebook and don't know about using one to control miners.
First I am sending her a 150mh/s Baikal so I can teach her about mining. I use Windows and will need to be able to help her if we get a Chromebook to do all the miner stuff, like pools, exchanges etc. which are internet based. My concern is accessing and making changes to her home network.
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September 01, 2017, 06:59:34 PM
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Get "Chrome RDP" and you'll be able to access her Chromebook from distance.
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September 01, 2017, 07:52:29 PM
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I'm not even sure if a chromebook can access inside the router as it works very similar to an standard Android phone(obvious I know it can connect to a router, which is far different than being able to view/control/change/adjust the router's internal settings).I/she need to be able to go inside the router to get it's internal address assignment for each miner. Do you know if this is possible without setting up a port forward?

Once we have everything set up and the D3 or Baikal running, we rarely need to access router settings, unless of course if we get a changed address assignment from the router. At that point we would need to be able to go back in to find out the new address to be able to access the miners web interface which is generated internally and not on the actual internet. What I want to avoid is opening a port which would harm security. The question boils down to this...........does a chromebook simply access the home network, or is it capable of CONTROLLING the home network like a Windows machine can?
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