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Bitcoin Beginners Guide-How To Setup A Bitcoin ASIC Miner-Part 2

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If you are able to use 220v power and have the correct outlets or PDU (Power Distribution Unit) you can use special PSUs that are either made specifically for Bitcoin Core mining or even those made for servers. Connect the PSU/s to the S9 using PCIe cable connections on your PSU. Once connected you will connect an ethernet cable to the miner itself. The next step is to turn on your PSU and the miner will power up from there. Next get on a computer or mobile device that is connected to the same network as the miner. You will need to enter in the miner’s IP address. Since most miners now come with DHCP enabled you do not have to manually set the IP address, you just need to look at the IP table on your router or use a scanning tool. A scanning tool like AngryIP at http://angryip.org/ allows you to scan every device on your network and see its IP address.
 

When you run the scan you will see AntMiner as one of the devices. From there in your browser window you type in the miners address. This will take you to the first screen to login to the miner. In the case of the S9 the login box that comes up the username is root and the password is root. Once you have logged in you will see the system overview. We suggest you go to the Admin tab first and change the password to one of your own choosing. Your next step is to go to the Miner Configuration tab. This is where you will add your information for the mining pool you will want to mine on. You will need to enter in the stratum/IP address of your mining pool, then your worker name followed by password for your worker on the mining pool. Note: not all pools require a password, you can just put “123” if you want. Once you have saved your setting the miner will start mining on your pool.
 

It can take from a couple minutes to up to an hour for your full hash rate to show up on your pool. Now you can go to the Miner Status page and you will see how your miner is performing and if the connection is live, temps, hash rate, etc. If you also go to your Bitcoin Core mining pool you can see your status. You are now mining BTC. If you are mining on the Bitcoin.com mining pool at https://pool.bitcoin.com/ and have questions on getting started, fees, or payouts, simply login and head over to the Getting Started page at https://www.bitcoin.com/getting-started?utm_source=get-started&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=guides&utm_content=How-Setup-ASIC-Miner to read some common question and answers. There is also a community forum at https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools?utm_source=get-started&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=guides&utm_content=How-Setup-ASIC-Miner where users can engage with other miners.
 

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