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February 11, 2014, 06:45:49 PM
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Just got my cointerra unit in today, went to configure it and the web access page is password protected. No documentation came with my unit at all, and the cointerra website FAQ says nothing about what the login info is. Cointerra isn't answering their phones either, I'm really mad right now...


EDIT: nevermind, i actually guessed the right password earlier but didn't notice because i got redirected to the https version of the login page and asked for the login info again

were you not one of the first people to receive bfl, hashfast and now cointerra
you have some luck on your side  Grin

It is not luck.. He orders first..   He takes the most risk.. 

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February 11, 2014, 07:07:24 PM
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Just got my cointerra unit in today, went to configure it and the web access page is password protected. No documentation came with my unit at all, and the cointerra website FAQ says nothing about what the login info is. Cointerra isn't answering their phones either, I'm really mad right now...


EDIT: nevermind, i actually guessed the right password earlier but didn't notice because i got redirected to the https version of the login page and asked for the login info again

were you not one of the first people to receive bfl, hashfast and now cointerra
you have some luck on your side  Grin

It is not luck.. He orders first..   He takes the most risk.. 

if only it was as simple as order queue position..

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February 11, 2014, 07:19:45 PM
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Just got my cointerra unit in today, went to configure it and the web access page is password protected. No documentation came with my unit at all, and the cointerra website FAQ says nothing about what the login info is. Cointerra isn't answering their phones either, I'm really mad right now...

try this username:root password:cointerra I dont know if it will work for the webpage but it should work for SSH some one mentioned this few pages before

the password for the web interface is username:admin password:<blank>

the password for SSH is username:root password:cointerra

I find best results by just editing the cgminer.conf in /Angstrom/Cointerra and then restarting cgminer via the web interface, but YMMV.

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February 11, 2014, 08:12:55 PM
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Partial delivery received.   One is missing but courier says it will come later, as they lost it.
Machines well packaged, could use this packaging to send my Jupiters to anyone that might want to buy them.  
Cointerras were simple to set up (even someone who is challenged by an Iphone could set this up in three minutes).   Felt a little uncomfortable plugging live power into it to start it but it worked.   Fans are Loud (I guess we all knew that).  
  


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February 11, 2014, 08:13:32 PM
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Cointerra why are you not honoring your hashrate guarantee for Early January customers?

I emailed support and received this response:

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Our legal team has determined that the 30 day late delivery agreement does not kick in until March 2nd. Sorry, I know that this is such a hassle.

I think reasonable people can accept that there were delays and you might be late delivering, but I'd imagine this guarantee caused a lot of people who would not have ordered in the first place to order your equipment.  Please explain how March 2nd can possibly work as a guarantee date for "Early January" orders.

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February 11, 2014, 08:52:20 PM
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Oh crap. I just realized this whole thread has been off-topic for weeks now. We should have started a new thread:

CoinTerra announces its first ASIC - Hash-Rate less than 500 GH/s
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February 11, 2014, 10:08:44 PM
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Just got my cointerra unit in today, went to configure it and the web access page is password protected. No documentation came with my unit at all, and the cointerra website FAQ says nothing about what the login info is. Cointerra isn't answering their phones either, I'm really mad right now...


EDIT: nevermind, i actually guessed the right password earlier but didn't notice because i got redirected to the https version of the login page and asked for the login info again

were you not one of the first people to receive bfl, hashfast and now cointerra
you have some luck on your side  Grin

It's called having day 1 pre-orders with all big companies.
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February 11, 2014, 10:20:00 PM
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Box up and running but it is underperforming badly only doing 1.3 Thash at best....this is a lot more than a 25 percent drop on the performance Sad so I ended up paying 14000 for 1.3thash apparently.
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February 12, 2014, 12:01:07 AM
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I just got my tracking number for my two miners....should have them up and running tomorrow.
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February 12, 2014, 01:23:02 AM
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Partial delivery received.   One is missing but courier says it will come later, as they lost it.
Machines well packaged, could use this packaging to send my Jupiters to anyone that might want to buy them.  
Cointerras were simple to set up (even someone who is challenged by an Iphone could set this up in three minutes).   Felt a little uncomfortable plugging live power into it to start it but it worked.   Fans are Loud (I guess we all knew that).  
  


Hi, I have an interest in your Jupiter(s). You can email me at spokanedeff@yahoo.com . I am in South Florida.  Thanks
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February 12, 2014, 01:34:20 AM
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Box up and running but it is underperforming badly only doing 1.3 Thash at best....this is a lot more than a 25 percent drop on the performance Sad so I ended up paying 14000 for 1.3thash apparently.

I am getting a little over 1.6 Terra.
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February 12, 2014, 02:31:25 AM
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Cointerra why are you not honoring your hashrate guarantee for Early January customers?

I emailed support and received this response:

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Our legal team has determined that the 30 day late delivery agreement does not kick in until March 2nd. Sorry, I know that this is such a hassle.

I think reasonable people can accept that there were delays and you might be late delivering, but I'd imagine this guarantee caused a lot of people who would not have ordered in the first place to order your equipment.  Please explain how March 2nd can possibly work as a guarantee date for "Early January" orders.

According to the general sales agreement if they are late you are entitled to request a refund ... they already are letting you request a refund with a January order.  So while they may not admit to being late - you are already enjoying all the benefits as if they did.
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February 12, 2014, 03:55:47 AM
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Cointerra why are you not honoring your hashrate guarantee for Early January customers?

I emailed support and received this response:

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Our legal team has determined that the 30 day late delivery agreement does not kick in until March 2nd. Sorry, I know that this is such a hassle.

I think reasonable people can accept that there were delays and you might be late delivering, but I'd imagine this guarantee caused a lot of people who would not have ordered in the first place to order your equipment.  Please explain how March 2nd can possibly work as a guarantee date for "Early January" orders.

According to the general sales agreement if they are late you are entitled to request a refund ... they already are letting you request a refund with a January order.  So while they may not admit to being late - you are already enjoying all the benefits as if they did.

haha..  see customers, this is the reality... not the roses that they waved at you for 6 months

Did anyone talk to you like this last year?  nah..  all fluffy promises until the tire hit the road


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February 12, 2014, 04:02:17 AM
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Cointerra why are you not honoring your hashrate guarantee for Early January customers?

I emailed support and received this response:

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Our legal team has determined that the 30 day late delivery agreement does not kick in until March 2nd. Sorry, I know that this is such a hassle.

I think reasonable people can accept that there were delays and you might be late delivering, but I'd imagine this guarantee caused a lot of people who would not have ordered in the first place to order your equipment.  Please explain how March 2nd can possibly work as a guarantee date for "Early January" orders.

According to the general sales agreement if they are late you are entitled to request a refund ... they already are letting you request a refund with a January order.  So while they may not admit to being late - you are already enjoying all the benefits as if they did.

"Letting us request a refund" daveepsilon is shilling again.  You can demand a refund whenever you want and are legally entitled to it.  If you're a small buyer and don't have an 'in' with cointerra I would recommend doing that now, especially with this recent price dip.  1.3 TH/s @2200  WATTS  what a fucking joke.
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February 12, 2014, 04:22:00 AM
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Box up and running but it is underperforming badly only doing 1.3 Thash at best....this is a lot more than a 25 percent drop on the performance Sad so I ended up paying 14000 for 1.3thash apparently.

I don't doubt your report, though I'm curious if you've tried different pools, long polling, solo mining, etc. What's the power draw at the wall? I'm eager to troubleshoot this with you, since you may not be the only one with this problem (I do not yet have one to test with).
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February 12, 2014, 07:34:13 AM
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Cointerra why are you not honoring your hashrate guarantee for Early January customers?

I emailed support and received this response:

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Our legal team has determined that the 30 day late delivery agreement does not kick in until March 2nd. Sorry, I know that this is such a hassle.

I think reasonable people can accept that there were delays and you might be late delivering, but I'd imagine this guarantee caused a lot of people who would not have ordered in the first place to order your equipment.  Please explain how March 2nd can possibly work as a guarantee date for "Early January" orders.

According to the general sales agreement if they are late you are entitled to request a refund ... they already are letting you request a refund with a January order.  So while they may not admit to being late - you are already enjoying all the benefits as if they did.

they had a hashrate guarantee.  They said if they were more than 30 days late, they would compensate us.

They're going to be more than 30 days late, but they just recently changed the terms to 45 days because their lawyer said they could.

This isn't about making a return, it's about getting what we paid for, under the terms of the transaction.  I am requesting binding arbitration.

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February 12, 2014, 09:40:17 AM
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Still on for an update tomorrow? Thanks.

In their austin office this second.

Im now told to go to austin

Sounding good then unless Im missing something. Really looking forward to this appreciate it Smiley

in dallace drinking with ct guys.

all is good.

From auctions section looks like the higher ups are in Dallas getting their drink on with Goat.  Although earlier in the thread he said they will be in Austin tomorrow.  Hopefully someone with pull can answer your question by then.
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February 12, 2014, 10:18:51 AM
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The cointerra driver has now been merged into the cgminer git master code, so the lucky few who already have hardware can try it out by running their devices directly with a PC via USB. While there are probably fixes generically in the code from the main cgminer code, it is entirely possible there are still bugs in the driver code that will only show up only with real world testing.
I should add the cointerra device+protocol+driver has the most advanced work model designed for p2pool or similar networking and bitcoin transaction propagation with virtually seamless work restarts for rapid frequent block changes such as those required by p2pool, along with flushing of any queued work on a work template update such as that which occurs regularly with stratum update so it will always be working on the most current work - meaning it is optimised for maximum transmission of transactions, provided the pool is updating its work template frequently with new transactions. Kudos to the cointerra team for adopting everything I recommended in their work transmission/protocol.

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February 12, 2014, 10:43:47 AM
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Does anybody know what the default IP address is or is this thing supposed to do a DHCP request?!

You can connect directly to the console output of the cointerra via USB to get your IP.

1) Connect a USB cable from your PC/Laptop to the cointerra
2) Download and launch putty
3) Select Serial
4) Enter "COM5" and speed 115200
5) The open
6) Login with user: root, pass: cointerra
7) ifconfig

You might need to look at your device manager to see what COM port the USB cable attaches too.

I changed mine to a static IP.
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February 12, 2014, 01:09:26 PM
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My early Jan order is still "processing"

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