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Step 3 - adding devices

This article describes how to add ASIC to Hive OS using ASIC Hub.

Supported models

Antminer:

  • D3
  • S17
  • S17 Pro
  • S17+
  • S17e
  • S19
  • S19 Pro
  • S19+
  • S9 Pro
  • T17
  • T17+
  • T17e
  • T9+
  • X17
  • Z11

AvalonMiner:

  • 1047
  • 1066-50
  • 1066Pro-55

Innosilicon:

  • A10L
  • A9+
  • T2TI
  • T2TZ
  • T3+B
  • T3H+
  • T3S

WhatsMiner:

  • M20S
  • M21S
  • M29
  • M30S
  • M31S
  • M31S+

Using Web UI

Search Devices

Open http://localhost:8800 and click Add Device button.

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You can add devices by:

  • IP address
  • CIDR (subnet)
  • IP range

Use Add Credentials button to specify custom device credentials.

Click Next to find devices in specified addresses.

Import from CSV

You can import a list of devices from CSV file.

CSV file should be without header and contain a list of IP addresses. If device has custom login credentials, they should be speficied in second and third column.

Download CSV example

Farm Selection

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After scan process, you will see a list of ASICs recognized by Hub.

Specify farm hash for a destination farm in Hive OS and click Next to register devices in Hive OS and Hub.

Important notes

Before registering your ASICs, please check if ASICs have dynamic or static IP address.

If ASIC has dynamic IP address, ASIC Hub can track IP address change using ARP scanner. This feature can be enabled in configuration file.

If all your ASICs have a static IP address, we recommend to disable ARP scanner to reduce load on your router.

Also, some ASIC models like old Antminers or some WhatsMiners by default have dynamic MAC address. Please check if your ASIC has a persistent MAC address, otherwise Hub ARP scanner or static DHCP won't work.

Using hubctl tool

New ASICs can be registered in ASIC Hub using hubctl tool.

Use the following commands to add devices:

  • hubctl devices add - Add devices by IP address
  • hubctl devices add-cidr - Add devices using CIDR
  • hubctl devices add-range - Add devices by IP range

Use hubctl devices --help for full commands list.

Check the ASIC Hub knowledge base