Author Topic: Delegates: need seed nodes for test net  (Read 2011 times)

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Offline bytemaster

can you offer a custom program to run in the seed node?
program without blockchain sync.
Because I have vps without large disk.

This is a good idea.   I will look into it.
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can you offer a custom program to run in the seed node?
program without blockchain sync.
Because I have vps without large disk.

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Ok. My host is xeon.gentoo.ru port 8764
I set max number of connections to 64
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Offline testz

95.85.33.16

I'm not sure about the port.   Network_get_info returns 0.0.0.0:42092
Is 42092 the port you are referring to?

If not I'm sure I can get the default port to work.   

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Run client with --p2p-port param, and specify default port 8764:
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Make sure that you do port mapping in your router, and it's accessible from Internet.

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95.85.33.16

I'm not sure about the port.   Network_get_info returns 0.0.0.0:42092
Is 42092 the port you are referring to?

If not I'm sure I can get the default port to work.   

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Ok whats default ports for bts? rpc 8765 http 8764?
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I can run a seed node? should it have separate wallet from delegates?
I have real adresses both for ipv4 and ipv6
hostname is xeon.gentoo.ru
port can be any (what actual port do i need to allow?)

We can use any port you like, we will include the port in the list.
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I can run a seed node? should it have separate wallet from delegates?
I have real adresses both for ipv4 and ipv6
hostname is xeon.gentoo.ru
port can be any (what actual port do i need to allow?)
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I might be able to provide such node (on separate ISP than the delegate).
However I need to know all ports required for this to function.
Is it OK if I just forward 8765 ?
Do I need real IP address ?

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These would be nodes that need high uptime but are NOT delegate nodes and don't have huge bandwidth requirements

Need IP and port
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