In this case, I’m using Asus RT-AC59U V2 connected to main router from Internet provider. Before i’m explaining how to do it, the reason why I need to have the same IP address class across network, is to make sharing or ping between them easily.
First, I just realized any computer in the network able to ping computer A that connected to main router via LAN. Meanwhile, computer B that connected from another router can’t received ping from computer A.
After checking on “ipconfig”, I found both machine A and B have different IP address class eg: 192.168.50.xxx and 192.168.4.xxx. This is why cant ping between computer.
Fyi, I’m using both Ubuntu Server and Windows 10 in this network. Where for Windows 10, the firewall already turn off and sharing mode in LAN settings already on.
Harvesters works as connecting the plots into Farmer via SSL remotely. Single harvesters can contains many plots. And yes, many harvesters can connect to single Farmer, which easier for you decouple from storage depedencies.
If you confuse what is Farmer? This is what farmer looks like
This is the main software that you are running to farming your plots. Farmer must only works in single machine as your only gateway to Chia Network.
Next, what is Harvester? It’s services that running separately than Main software. Ideally, you run this service into separate machine where you store your plots.
So, imagine I have main machine that maximum 20TB capacities and running the Farmer. Also, I have another machine with 120TB plots storage and connected via LAN to the main machine.
Usually, you can share folder so main machine can access the storage. With harvester, you can avoid the hassle in giving permission and make it more secure. This are the step to do it
This step should 80% fixing your problem. To handle another edge cases, you can disable power trigger to your system.
Second, go to Device Manager by right click Windows Start Menu. Go to Network Adapter, choose you Ethernet -> Properties -> Power Management. Then disable the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
Wireless router ASUS RT-AC59U V2 AC1500 have amazing feature called AI Mesh. Which, you can put several wireless router and connect them together as single SSID. This is super helpful feature which you doesn’t need to connect for another wifi ID that have better internet connection.
Its acting literally like our GSM smartphone signal. While we are moving, our phone being transferred from one tower to another tower, without need to see unique ID of each tower.
In simple way, you can make extension or repeater of your wireless without need to use any LAN cable to connect both wifi. Meanwhile, still under single SSID.
To enable AI Mesh is super easy. If you have two ASUS router that support AI Mesh, here are the steps:
Go to your “Node Router” candidate – I called Router 2 – which acting as extension later. Open browser http://192.168.50.1 and login. If you forgot account and password, click reset button. Then, see at the back of your router to know the default factory wifi name, username and password.
Make sure you put two router in close distance eg: 1-3m side by side without wall or barrier. You can also connect LAN from router 1 to router 2. But usually there is IP conflict 192.168.50.1. So, you need to login to your router 2 web GUI to fix the conflict.
Once done, don’t forget to set router 2 as AiMesh Node.
Now, move to router 1 web GUI admin. Choose Operation Mode and make sure you operate as Wireless router mode / AiMesh Router mode (Default).
Click on AiMesh and start to add or you can see it will detecting on side bar on home page. Click on the device and add.
Done! Now you can detach the LAN cable and put your Router 2 to place that need better connectivity eg: second floor or another part of room
To make your app development in Android devices easier, you can deploy or debug your application via Wifi (Wireless). It’s way easier to scale rather have multiple devices connected via USB cable on a single laptop.
Even better, this approach is very effective when you need to manage multiple devices together remotely. But, at the first step, you need to connect your Android devices to your laptop via USB cable.
This is the guidelines on how to do adb connect to multiple devices via wireless network. You can also assign multiple IP into same adb server. Or even you can use the same IP with different ports and different devices.
λ adb devices
List of devices attached
Restart into tcpip mode
λ adb tcpip 5555
restarting in TCP mode port: 5555
Detach from usb and now connect
adb connect 192.168.100.81:5555
connected to 192.168.100.81:5555
1. Check connected devices Connect your devices via USB cable then execute adb devices via command prompt, You should your devices already connected.
List of devices attached
In this example, I’ve one device connected to USB and another already via remote attached to local IP network.