MicroBT WhatsminerTool – Downlaod & Setup

You can scan, monitor, and manage your Whatsminer ASICs with the aid of WhatsminerTool, a program that is comparable to BTC Tools. The official WhatsminerTool can be downloaded by clicking the button below.

  • The new WhatsMiner must need this tool to monitor and upgrading whatsminer firmware
  • High mode can be only supported by M5x and M3x series, also require the input voltage over than 230VAT,some functions can be supported only with new firmware;
  • PSU temp are readable;
  • Multi-DNS proxy servers supported;
  • Enhancements were made to the tool’s compatibility and stability, and a mistaken problem with antivirus software was resolved.

Teaching Video:

How to Setup WhatsminerTool

Download the WhatsminerTool using the link above. After downloading, extract it and run the application file “WhatsMinerTool”.

WhatsminerTool just starting

Search your local area network for miners. It should automatically generate a list of IP addresses to search, but you might need to change them to match your subnet. Click “Miner IP” to confirm this is the correct range of IPs and then hit “Start”.

Updating the IP range to match our network

As miners are located, the tool should find them and add them to the list at the bottom. Additionally, it will continually poll them to gather data on their health and statistics.

A Whatsminer M50 that's paused/suspended

You might want to check for firmware updates once all of the miners have been populated. Visit the Whatsminer website to download the latest firmware.

In the Whatsminer tool, click “upgrade,” then “select file”. Choose the downloaded file, and then hit “upgrade”.

Always try to keep your Whatsminers updated with the newest firmware, as we always advise. They constantly work to improve their API, on which we rely heavily.

Configure Pools

Selecting the “Pools” button will allow you to edit three separate pools. If one pool fails or there is a connectivity issue, these other pools might be required.

After entering the pool information, click “start update,” which should update every miner selected. Following the network scan, the miners should be displayed below. The tool will prompt you to scan once more if this isn’t the case.

Your miners will start operating and hashing for the chosen pool as soon as they are finished.

Configuring pools
Enable Remote Control

Enabling “Remote Control” allows you To fully manage your miner from your personal Foreman dashboard, Foreman must be integrated with your ASIC. To do that, select your miner in the list, click the “Remote Ctrl” button, and enable the API. You’ll also want to enable “Power Fast Boot” so the miner starts up quickly (important for if you’re curtailing).

Miner API switch

List of Remote Control Options:

Reboot: switches off a number of miners.

Mining Control: “Suspend” or “Resume” Miners

Performance Mode: Switches hashrate mode to “high,” “normal,” or “low”.

Fast Boot Switch: quickly starts the miner.

Miner API Switch: Connect to Foreman API products, for example.

Restore DHCP: restores DHCP usage for the miner.

Control LED Lights: turns on or off lights to find the miner.

Protection Mode: Turns on/off SSH.

Adjust Freq: alters the miner’s voltage and frequency (over or underclocking).

Export Log: enables the exportation of system logs, miner logs, power logs, API logs, and miner uptime data.

Web Pools Switch: sets the miner’s web page’s ability to configure pools to on or off.

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