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March 07, 2018, 02:49:21 PM
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Good morning. Bought two new S9 Antminers, but I have a problem installing one of the machines. I started scanning the IPs of the machines, and I got both IPs. I put the first IP in my web browser, I got the screen to put my username and my password, I put them and managed to connect the machine to the pool and it worked perfect. But then I repeated the process with the second machine, put its IP address in my web browser and it tells me that it can not connect to the page, as if it did not exist, I do not even get the screen to put my username and my password. I have searched the Internet to solve this problem, but it has been a couple of days without success. I have tried several IP scanners to see if the IP is bad, but they all indicate the same IP of the machine.
I would like to be able to operate this machine next to the other, which works perfectly. Thanks for your help.
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March 07, 2018, 02:54:08 PM
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Try looking at your DHCP server to determine what IP address that it assigned to your miners. Once you determine the IP address, try connecting from your browser again.

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March 07, 2018, 04:28:44 PM
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try SSH instead of a web browser and see if it lets you connect.

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