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November 13, 2017, 04:16:53 PM
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So I have a warehouse that I'm hosting some antminer S9 in, as well as a business partner's GPU rigs, a few of my own GPU rigs, etc. Diverse mix of equipment. What is the best way to allow for remote management of various equipment, without letting users play with each other's gear. My first thought was setting up a jump-box or using vpns. But there are problems with both (need physical equipment to set up a vpn router for each group of equipment, then a vpn subscription for cloud vpn, etc) - was wondering if anyone with experience had some thoughts?
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November 13, 2017, 04:41:35 PM
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Look at using Awesome Miner It gives full remote access, user permissions, etc.

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