nanominer has web interface for getting rig statistics, discovering other instances of nanominer in the local network and managing them. You can edit miners' config via web as well as restart the miners. In order to perform these actions on a running instance of nanominer, its config must contain a password for web interface (see the webPassword option bellow).
By default nanominer starts a HTTP server on port 9090, which can be found on http://127.0.0.1:9090. In the program's config file, the port can be configured and the API function can be deactived with the webPort option (or it can be set to 0 to disable web interface). BoringAPI for getting rig statistics is supported aswell, which can be found on http://127.0.0.1:9090/stats.
nanominer also supports the network API program EthMan for rig monitoring. By default it opens port 3333 in “read-only” mode without the ability to restart the miner or rig through the network. In the program's config file, the port can be configured and the API function can be deactived with the mport function. The config file also lets you set a password for monitoring with the ethmanPassword option.
||Optional common parameter. Password for web interface. There is no password by default (web interface is read-only).
||Optional common parameter. Port for web interface. The default port is 9090. Zero value disables web interface.
||Optional common parameter. This is the network port for remote monitoring and program management through EthMan or other programs that use a similar API protocol format. The program supports all API functions, including restarting the miner and rig(s). You can block miner management through API (in which case the miner will only display the statistics and won't respond to any commands). To enable this function, a "minus" (-) sign must be written before the port number. And you can completely deactivate remote monitoring. To do this, the port number must be set to "0" (zero). Default value: -3333 (This means that the miner blocks management through API and displays statistics on port 3333).
||Optional common parameter. Your password for monitoring with EthMan and other utilities that support the same network API.
[email protected] webPort=6666 [Ethash] wallet = YOUR_ETH_WALLET rigName = rig1 email = SomeEmail