Manage the devices you added that can deploy multiple dApps, such as SenseCAP M4 Square. Device module is upgraded from FluxNode module, the FluxNode you added before has been automatically upgraded to Device. The Device module manages devices that can deploy multiple dApps; SenseCAP M4 Square support Helium Hotspot deployments, so you can manage the device’s Helium dApps in the Hotspot module, but you must add the device to the Device module to manage the other dApps deployed in the device.
Add New Device
- Visit Device page and click “Add new Device”
- Enter custom device name
- Enter the SN and ETH MAC on the device label
- Click Comfirm button and device added successfully
The device details are divided into two parts: device base info and dApp’s info
Note: The device info is updated every 5 minutes. If you update dApps configuration, refreshing the dashboard in 5~15 minutes will provide updated data.
|Your registered hotspot serial number.
|You custom the device name
|Hotspot info is updated once every 5 mins. Over 30 mins without update, the online status is offline.
|The CPU ID # of your device CPU.
|Current running temperature of your CPU.
|Displays the current usage of the CPU in % units.
|Displays the current memory usage in % units.
|Displays the current disk usage in % units.
|Public IP Address
|The device’s public IP
|The device is connected with an Ethernet cable, you will see your LAN network address here.
|Last the data was collected from the hotspot. -UTC.
|Flux Node running status(from Flux blockchain)DOS: Node is restricted or bannedNot Started: The node is running normally but not confirmed on Zelcore, to click start.EXPIRED: Benchmark is failedSTARTED: Normal operation but not confirmed in the chainCONFIRMED: normal operation
|Block Sync Status
|Flux Block Sync Status(from Flux blockchain)
|The Flux Node’s tier and SenseCAP M4 Square is the CUMULUS Node
|Flux Node address
|The rank of the flux node, when the rank is 1 node will get the reward
|Whether Flux Node has Thunder enabled or notFalse: not enabledTure: Enabled
|Whether Flux Node has Upnp enabled or notOff: Not enabledOn: Enabled
|Flux Backend API
|Flux Node’s backen API port
|Flux Home UI
|Flux Node’s flux home ui port, you can
|Flux Node’s public IP
|If the device is Upnp enabled and there is an error, the error will be displayed here and you can set the device according to the error.
|Flux Node official software deamon version
|The Flux Node active time
|The communication status of benchmark and FluxOSConnect：Benchmark is connecting FluxOS Disconnect: Benchmark is not connect FluxOS
|Running status of Flux Node benchmark
|Info on benchmark errors, you can set up the device according to the errors
|The height of the block when the Flux Node is added to the blockchain
|The height of the block when the Flux Node is confirmed by the blockchain
|Last Confirmed Height
|The height of the block when the Flux Node is last confirmed by the blockchain
|Last Paid Height
|The height of the block when the Flux Node is last paid by the blockchain
Mysterium dApp needs to be activated by license, during the valid time Mysterium dApp can provide dVPN for Mysterium network, over the valid time need to use license renewal otherwise Mysterium dApp will no longer provide dVPN for Mysterium network. Mysterium dApp info is divided into two parts: dApp info and Mysterium node info .
|Node Identity is Mysterium node unique identity.
|Public IP of Mysterium Node; If you enable your network router’s 4449 port, youcan click to access the Node UI
|LAN IP of the Mysterium Node; if your terminal and the device are on the same LAN, you can click to access the Node UI
Note: More Myseterium node info please visit your Mysterium Node UI.Mysterium Node UI url is public IP:4449