APMinerTool – this tool is applicable only to AntMiners and does not support miners of other producers.
A Brief Introduction
Batch monitoring of miners’ status;
Static IP configuration;
Firmware update and restart of the miners.
This tool requires a Windows7 system or higher. It cannot be used on an XP or IOS2 system.
The language of the tool automatically adapts to the system. It will be displayed in Chinese if the system language is Chinese, and displayed in English if using the system within China.
If a virus warning appears during the download, it is recommended to try another browser.
The file is completely safe.
Unzip the file before using it, otherwise there will be errors.
The computer running the tool must be on the same network as the miners.
APMinerTool User Guide
This tool is only applicable to AntMiners and does not support miners from other manufacturers. Brief introduction: batch monitoring of miners status; static IP configuration; firmware upgrade and miners restart.
【Tips】 1. This tool requires Windows7 or later to work. It cannot be used in XP and IOS2 system. The language of the tool automatically adapts to the system. It will be displayed in Chinese if the system language is Chinese, and displayed in English when the system is not used in China. 3. If a virus warning appears when downloading, it is recommended that you try another browser. The file is completely safe. 4. Extract the file before using it, otherwise there will be errors. 5. The computer on which the tool is running must be on the same network as the miners. L Batch Setup Static IP Address (If you have already configured a Miner IP address, skip this step) The computer and the miners must be in the same IP address range. Double-click to open the software
Once the miner is connected to the network and turned on, the IP address obtained during the miner setup is in DHCP mode, and the IP address is not fixed. If you have many miners, this tool can set a static IP address in batch mode so that you can better manage those miners. The IP address range of a regular router is 1-254. If you want to set the static IP address of the Miner from 1 to avoid IP conflicts, it is recommended to allow the router to assign an IP address in DHCP mode from 100. For example: Router assigns IP in DHCP mode: 101-254; Static IP for Miners: 1-100
Fill in the static IP address you want to set for the miner as “next fill” and select the coin type for the miner. Configure the layer pool address, vorker, and password in packets under “Pool Configuration”.
Check “Network Mask”, “Gateway”, “DNS” in the “Network and Sharing Center” computer and fill in the corresponding fields.
It is recommended to check the “√” checkbox in the “IP Auto Config” option, the static IP address will be automatically assigned to the next miner in the specified order. If this box is not checked, you will need to manually enter the static IP address one by one. After making the above settings , press the “IP report” button on each miner for 3-5 seconds, a static IP address will be assigned to the minerone one by one. The “Simultaneous IP and Pool Configuration” option can be checked depending on your needs.
Batch management of miners: Detecting miners in a certain IP range
A: Click “Miner Manager” to switch to the Miner Management interface
B: Press to activate the “IP Editor”
C: Press “+” to get the range of IP addresses
D, E, F: Double-click each IP sector to change Click “Save”.
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