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November 23, 2013, 04:35:09 AM
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This is step by step.  ("Keep in mind you will have to do the configuration for each blade separate")

First Download The Slush Proxy
https://mining.bitcoin.cz/media/download/mining_proxy.exe

Then you need to make a shortcut your desktop. Once you did that Right Click on the shortcut and go to properties. You will need to edit the Target value. After the mining_proxy.exe you will put -o stratum.mypool.com -p 3333

-o is your pools stratum url
-p is your pools stratum port

So if done right it will look something like this.


Then you need to make it run as Administrator.
Click on the compatibility tab and at the bottom you will see "Run this program as an administrator".


Then click Apply and then click OK.
Now you are able to start up your proxy using the shortcut.

Now you need to find out your IP address of your Computer that has the proxy on it.
Go to Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network and Sharing Center
That will bring you to a page that looks like this


Click on your connection "Local Area Connection" and then click on Details.


Get your IP Address.

Now go to the internet and go to http://192.168.1.254:8000
Type in your Pool Address as the IP address you got from the previous step.
Type in your pools worker and password
It should look something like this once done.


Then Click on Update/Restart and you should start to be mining.

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November 23, 2013, 10:18:03 AM
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i followed everything, but to my surprise it didnt work... i cant open the http://192.168.1.254:8000/ page.... i wonder why...
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Thanks for this tutorial, will setup mine soon. Smiley

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November 23, 2013, 11:04:01 AM
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i followed everything, but to my surprise it didnt work... i cant open the http://192.168.1.254:8000/ page.... i wonder why...

is you ip address starting with 192.168.1 ?
With a netmask of 255.255.255.0, you need this 3 first bytes to be setup like this...
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November 23, 2013, 02:07:43 PM
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Don't mean to sound rude but this has already been covered:

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=205369.0
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If the IP address of your computer is not in the 192.168.1.x range (and you have a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0) you won't be able to access the blade or cube. Change your computer's IP to 192.168.1.x - but remember the original setting, whether it was auto-configure or already a static number, and what the gateway and DNS were. You may also need to change the Default Gateway to 192.168.1.1
Once that's done, you should be able to load the config page from the miner.

Change the IP address on the miner to 192.168.x.y - where the first three (192.168.x) match what your computer's IP used to be before changing it. The final number "y" is yours to choose, but doesn't really need to be changed unless it conflicts with other devices on your network or you're setting up multiple blades/cubes.
Change the Default Gateway and Primary DNS to 192.168.x.1 - unless for some reason your router is set up differently. These should be the same Default Gateway and Primary DNS as your computer's IP used to have.

Once it's Updated, and your computer's IP is set back to what it was, you should be able to see the blade/cube on your home network without any trouble.

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November 23, 2013, 07:08:14 PM
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Don't mean to sound rude but this has already been covered:

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=205369.0

You are correct it has been covered however it is still kinda confusing when setting up the proxy. I just added pictures Smiley Everybody likes pictures  Cool

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It's been covered, but this is still helpful w/ the pics.  Thanks for posting.

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Suggest that you also include bfgminer proxy info. It's a better proxy also.

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November 25, 2013, 01:32:13 PM
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Suggest that you also include bfgminer proxy info. It's a better proxy also.

This.

OP missed an important step - you went to the effort of getting the IP address, but you didn't say anything about having to change it to a 192.168.1.x subnet.  In fact, without that step, checking the existing IP was a pointless exercise.   Also "Run as Administrator" isn't really required at all. 

Also worst "I've got an ASICMiner Cube" thread ever.

Fair effort OP, I'll give it a "C+" Try harder next time".

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November 25, 2013, 01:46:07 PM
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Here's some info from my post on setting up bfgminer proxy: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=205369.msg3428687#msg3428687

As a note I would add to use a port other than 8332 if you're going to have the wallet running on the proxy computer. I suggest 8339 or something else easy to remember.

Also, this guide appears to be geared more toward a Windows 7 derivative, as not all functions apply to other versions of Windows or other operating systems. Would suggest the title be renamed as such, or, to indicate the instructions are for the specific OS.

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Most people and routers run on a 192.168.1.x subnet. that is why i didn't say anything about that. 

I've been working with networks since Windows for Workgroups and the days of Trumpet Winsock.  Most private subnets I've seen are 192.168.0.x - but hey, don't let me stop you making massive assumptions that make your guide pointless.

You also didn't set the PC's IP address to static, so there's a good chance that on DHCP the IP will change, which will bugger up the Blades.

Do you really want me to continue walking you through your mistakes?


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November 25, 2013, 10:30:56 PM
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However if you are running on a 192.168.0.1 subnet will be 255.255.254.0.

Incorrect assumption. 

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November 25, 2013, 10:31:04 PM
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and it is 255.255.255.0 subnet.. i was thinking of 192.168.2.1

Look man it was just a simple get up and get started. The blades/cubes are not for the novice anyways...

I wish I had a penny for every time I heard that while I'm on site for two days clearing up the mess left after a 'professional' has gone and fucked everything up leaving a trail of destruction and misconfiguration.

Me too, hell i would be rich. because usually it don't take me 2 days to fix. It is shorter.. I don't want to argue with you over this. As i said its just a simple guide to get started.

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I was just pointing out your omissions.   Wink

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November 25, 2013, 10:39:05 PM
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I was just pointing out your omissions.   Wink

Have fun with those WiFi Pineapples.  Cool

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For people who cannot see the blade on network, for example plenty of home routers have IP 192.168.1.254 set as their default (e.g. BT home hub), so of course you cannot see the blade on that address on 192.168.1.254:8000, as there is conflict in the network. One of the solutions is to go into the advanced settings of the router and change the router ip on something not used e.g. 192.168.1.253 and change the blade setting on something in static range (as mentioned pre set BT hub has usually range 1-63 static and 64-253 set for DHCP) then change the router back on .254, or if you are connecting new blades regularly, consider to move your router address on 192.168.1.1. But all that should be done only by the person, which clearly understands networking, as some mistakes can make your home network non-functional!!!

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If I get a backplane and 1 server psu,  do I need any other power source or cables to power 10 blades?

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November 26, 2013, 12:59:18 AM
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If I get a backplane and 1 server psu,  do I need any other power source or cables to power 10 blades?

No, but you're going to need a switch/router with 10 extra ports.  You still need to run 1 ethernet cable to each blade, even with a backplane.

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If I get a backplane and 1 server psu,  do I need any other power source or cables to power 10 blades?

No, but you're going to need a switch/router with 10 extra ports.  You still need to run 1 ethernet cable to each blade, even with a backplane.

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November 26, 2013, 01:41:51 PM
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Look man it was just a simple get up and get started. The blades/cubes are not for the novice anyways...

I think we probably wouldn't be as picky except you started a topic as a guide/how-to, and then asked mods for a sticky, and yet the OP is riddled with failure.

Not knocking your efforts, just kinda saying it isn't sticky quality yet.

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Would this power 10 blades on a backplane?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001U0EM1W/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2ZZQ7K32SG5BW

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Can somebody do a remote setup of my cube?  I have tried everything, but am unable to figure it out.  I think it may be a problem with the Ethernet port (the cube doesn't show up on the active list of devices on my network when connected to the router with an Ethernet cable), but I'm not sure - I'd like someone with a little more knowledge to give it a try before I attempt to get my money back on the buy.  Obviously I will compensate appropriately!  Thanks!
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Look man it was just a simple get up and get started. The blades/cubes are not for the novice anyways...

I think we probably wouldn't be as picky except you started a topic as a guide/how-to, and then asked mods for a sticky, and yet the OP is riddled with failure.

Not knocking your efforts, just kinda saying it isn't sticky quality yet.

i am not having no issue with my blades man.  Wink

Granted you could set a static ip address and what not. I could continue onto the guide this weekend for setting static ip address and what not.

Where is my failure as to getting the blades running?

This was all software side NOT hardware. ex: getting power to the blades. I thought that was explained well at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=205369.0. it just needed some help with the software side. The way i am showing is the ability to change your pools as well...

If you think something should be changed i will look into it and change it and add it to the main post...

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Yes it will.  But be warned, those get really loud and really hot when you have 10 blades plugged into the backplane.  Just make sure you can put it someplace out of the way that you can run ethernet cables to.

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Yes it will.  But be warned, those get really loud and really hot when you have 10 blades plugged into the backplane.  Just make sure you can put it someplace out of the way that you can run ethernet cables to.

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To demonmaestro,

You are a champion !

I have been struggling for nearly 3 days trying to work out how to change pools,
I even started a thread today here,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=358167.msg3830627#msg3830627
and still couldnt figure it out.

Thank You for the pics and the easy step by step instructions, they really helped me.

Fixed the problem in 10 minutes !

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For people who cannot see the blade on network, for example plenty of home routers have IP 192.168.1.254 set as their default (e.g. BT home hub), so of course you cannot see the blade on that address on 192.168.1.254:8000, as there is conflict in the network. One of the solutions is to go into the advanced settings of the router and change the router ip on something not used e.g. 192.168.1.253 and change the blade setting on something in static range (as mentioned pre set BT hub has usually range 1-63 static and 64-253 set for DHCP) then change the router back on .254, or if you are connecting new blades regularly, consider to move your router address on 192.168.1.1. But all that should be done only by the person, which clearly understands networking, as some mistakes can make your home network non-functional!!!

I have been searching all over the settings for my router, but cannot find any way to change the IP from 192.168.1.254 to something else...

Guess I am just SOL and will not be able to access the Cube page?
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For people who cannot see the blade on network, for example plenty of home routers have IP 192.168.1.254 set as their default (e.g. BT home hub), so of course you cannot see the blade on that address on 192.168.1.254:8000, as there is conflict in the network. One of the solutions is to go into the advanced settings of the router and change the router ip on something not used e.g. 192.168.1.253 and change the blade setting on something in static range (as mentioned pre set BT hub has usually range 1-63 static and 64-253 set for DHCP) then change the router back on .254, or if you are connecting new blades regularly, consider to move your router address on 192.168.1.1. But all that should be done only by the person, which clearly understands networking, as some mistakes can make your home network non-functional!!!

I have been searching all over the settings for my router, but cannot find any way to change the IP from 192.168.1.254 to something else...

Guess I am just SOL and will not be able to access the Cube page?


What brand and model router do you have? You don't necessarily have to change you router address to access your cube config.

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For people who cannot see the blade on network, for example plenty of home routers have IP 192.168.1.254 set as their default (e.g. BT home hub), so of course you cannot see the blade on that address on 192.168.1.254:8000, as there is conflict in the network. One of the solutions is to go into the advanced settings of the router and change the router ip on something not used e.g. 192.168.1.253 and change the blade setting on something in static range (as mentioned pre set BT hub has usually range 1-63 static and 64-253 set for DHCP) then change the router back on .254, or if you are connecting new blades regularly, consider to move your router address on 192.168.1.1. But all that should be done only by the person, which clearly understands networking, as some mistakes can make your home network non-functional!!!

I have been searching all over the settings for my router, but cannot find any way to change the IP from 192.168.1.254 to something else...

Guess I am just SOL and will not be able to access the Cube page?


1. Plug one end of an ethernet cable into your PC.
2. Plug other end into miner.
3. Configure PC local LAN to 192.168.1.10/24.
4. Open browser.
5. Go to http://192.168.1.254:8000.
6. Configure miner.
7. Unplug from miner.
8. Plug miner into switch/router.
9. Plug PC into switch/router.

...continue on with setting up proxy, etc.
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Yeah now I am getting it to restart every 2 minutes... turned off the WiFi on my phones and tablets, but still no dice.

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Hey man, great guide... finally got mine up and running on Eligius but I have one question, how do I link my miner to my wallet.
In your tutorial the shortcut tells the mining proxy to direct my ASICmining cube to Eligius pool who only require your bit wallet address, but where do I enter my bit wallet address in all of this? I'm concerned I'm mining and Eligius won't know where to send my rewards?
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Hey man, great guide... finally got mine up and running on Eligius but I have one question, how do I link my miner to my wallet.
In your tutorial the shortcut tells the mining proxy to direct my ASICmining cube to Eligius pool who only require your bit wallet address, but where do I enter my bit wallet address in all of this? I'm concerned I'm mining and Eligius won't know where to send my rewards?
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I am unfamiliar with their pool but i believe you use your wallet address as your worker

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Hey man, great guide... finally got mine up and running on Eligius but I have one question, how do I link my miner to my wallet.
In your tutorial the shortcut tells the mining proxy to direct my ASICmining cube to Eligius pool who only require your bit wallet address, but where do I enter my bit wallet address in all of this? I'm concerned I'm mining and Eligius won't know where to send my rewards?
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The Miners user:pass in the cube should be your eligius credentials unless the proxy is passing them
1HEp3k8MYvwbDY3GWLSLBXhFqJZ637XP5i:x,1HEp3k8MYvwbDY3GWLSLBXhFqJZ637XP5i:x

then check your stats at Eligius to see if your mining (give it 20 mins) and looks at the graphs / 128seconds /256 seconds / 22.5 mins for signs of life
http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/<USER NAME HERE>
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For people who cannot see the blade on network, for example plenty of home routers have IP 192.168.1.254 set as their default (e.g. BT home hub), so of course you cannot see the blade on that address on 192.168.1.254:8000, as there is conflict in the network. One of the solutions is to go into the advanced settings of the router and change the router ip on something not used e.g. 192.168.1.253 and change the blade setting on something in static range (as mentioned pre set BT hub has usually range 1-63 static and 64-253 set for DHCP) then change the router back on .254, or if you are connecting new blades regularly, consider to move your router address on 192.168.1.1. But all that should be done only by the person, which clearly understands networking, as some mistakes can make your home network non-functional!!!

This ended up being one of my issues ( yes have bt hub on 192.168.1.254)
The other issue was getting bfgminer to work with the cube - problem wad only the 32 bit version supports proxy, i was running 64 bit
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February 21, 2014, 03:57:34 AM
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I have to say the OP of this thread has been wonderful! They helped me setup my configuration when I was having issues with it (apparently my router didn't want it happening through wireless)

demonmaestro worked through my issues and we should give him a big shout out because it's people like him that make this community so strong!

super helpful, nice to talk to and willing to answer any questions I had.

If you have any issues post on this thread and someone will be by to help!

I just can't say how pleased I was with his work! well done good sir, and I hope to catch you again someday Smiley

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Hi,

Thank you for a helpful tut. I followed this one as well and still have a bit of trouble, this is my current issue:


I have no idea what this is or what i might of done wrong. Here are some screens of what i got setup so far.


Not sure if was suppose to use the physical IP but this has got me pulling my hair out and to drinking now so any help would be super appreciated. I got both a cmd file and your way of setting this proxy up and neither seem to be working. I use US btcguild.

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ok i think i got it figured out now or at least hashing this time. I changed the ports on the miner config page from 3333 to 8332 and it is rolling now.

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