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May 07, 2018, 06:37:31 PM
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I'm getting my internet through a cable tv service.. (the service guys used #4 port for the wifi router)
The router has 4 ports.
#4 port is the only port useable to logon and configure the S9, with my laptop on port #1.
Once configured my two S9's seem to hash happily on ports 2&3. (Wifi also works from ports 2&3)
On a couple of occasions I was able to logon and monitor temps/hash with my android via the wifi, but not consistent.

To monitor the miners consistently I gotta have is plugged into #4 port and with my laptop..

I can monitor the hash of the miners from the kano mining pool, so I know the miners are working.

Is there a router configuration which could fix this?
Do I need another router?
Why can I at rare times reach the miners with the android device through the wifi?

Confused...Well at least I got the miners working for me now!

Also I'm in Thailand and they have floating IP's.
I noticed the IP addrsses for the miners change when I turn them on and off or plug into different a port on the router.

I'm new at this, btw!
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May 08, 2018, 01:07:30 AM
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Hey PointHope,

It's kind of hard to say exactly without more details on your network configuration, but my best guess is your wifi/wired networks are on different subnets.

If you can log into your router and take a look at the DHCP server configuration, confirm that both the LAN and Wifi address pools are set to the same subnet (example: 192.168.1.0/24)

Also, maybe give us some more information on your router? Brand, Model, etc..
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May 08, 2018, 08:43:13 AM
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Hey PointHope,

It's kind of hard to say exactly without more details on your network configuration, but my best guess is your wifi/wired networks are on different subnets.

If you can log into your router and take a look at the DHCP server configuration, confirm that both the LAN and Wifi address pools are set to the same subnet (example: 192.168.1.0/24)

Also, maybe give us some more information on your router? Brand, Model, etc..

Hi, Thanks for the reply.

This is starting to be kinda over my head tech-wise, but here goes.
I took some screenshots of both router insides.

https://imgur.com/a/Lu2Sf7V

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May 08, 2018, 01:24:45 PM
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Try putting your Wifi router in "Bridge" mode, not "Routed" mode if you can. If you can do that, all of your devices will be on the same subnet.

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May 09, 2018, 12:25:54 AM
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Hi, Thanks for the reply.

This is starting to be kinda over my head tech-wise, but here goes.
I took some screenshots of both router insides.

https://imgur.com/a/Lu2Sf7V



So your LAN (Wired) is on 192.168.2.0/24  with a DHCP range of 192.168.2.33-64

Check the wireless 2.4/5ghz tabs on the left to see if the network range matches.
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