I'm not renting so not speaking with any authority here - however it's my impression from following some of the threads here that there's very little detailed information available about the inner workings of that process, so wouldn't be surprised if that wasn't possible today.
I'm also hearing that the next version, v1.3.3 will expose a lot more information in that area, and also correct some information that is currently displayed incorrectly.
Read some of the posts here and on Reddit by @mtlynch and others.
@mahong I was able to successfully run siad on the local IP of one of my servers so that I could point Duplicati backup (installed on my laptop) to it. However, it appeared to generate new sia data files instead of use my existing ones with available sia coin. But I am working on that angle this morning. Here is what I did to get the sia daemon to work:
siad --api-addr 192.168.1.127:9980 --disable-api-security --authenticate-api
And then it prompted me for an API password. I created a password, typing it once, then again. Then the daemon was running. In my use case, I was then able to successfully point the Duplicati backup software to the sia daemon.