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I can't get the ethminer to work with my private network. I start the parity in stratum mode, passing my own config file as a parameter, and then launch the ethminer. He successfully logs in and subscribes to notifications, but for some reason they don't come. Here is an example of the miner's log:

ethminer -U -P stratum+tcp://{ip}:{port} -v9


ethminer 0.18.0
Build: windows/release/msvc

 i 16:05:55 main     Configured pool {ip}:{port}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown> Selected pool {ip}:{port}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown>  >> {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"mining.subscribe","params":[]}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown>  << {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x","0x558267b4a21167a0642c4bd25fce082bdb98177947fae114b785f22699d55615","0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","0x03e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0f83e0","0x1"],"id":1}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown> Stratum mode : Stratum
 i 16:05:55 <unknown> Established connection to {ip}:{port}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown> Spinning up miners...
cu 16:05:55 cuda-0   Using Pci Id : 01:00.0 GeForce GTX 1050 (Compute 6.1) Memory : 4.00 GB
 i 16:05:55 <unknown>  >> {"id":3,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"mining.authorize","params":["","X"]}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown>  << {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":true,"id":3}
 i 16:05:55 <unknown> Authorized worker
 m 16:06:00 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:05 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:10 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:15 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:20 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:25 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:30 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:35 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:40 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:45 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00
 m 16:06:50 <unknown> 0:00 A0 0.00 h - cu0 0.00

If I start the parity and connect to ropsten network, no problem occurs -- the node sends notifications as it should. Can anyone please tell me what I'm doing wrong?

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