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I've been having trouble connecting to my monero remote note from outside my local network.

This is the command I've been using to launch the deamon

monerod.exe --data-dir Edaemon:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind

monerod.exe --data-dir E:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind

I can connect to the node inside my local network using my internal IP (I have no problem with 192.x.x.x addresses) but can notcannot connect outside my local network with either my internal or external public IP.

--rpc-bind-ip also--rpc-bind-ip <my external IP> also does not work, and I can only get it to work with my internal IP or 0.0.0.0 as shown above.

I've also opened up ports 18080, 18081 on the device I'm running the node on as well as on went in tointo my router and forwarded these ports to the internal IP of the device running the node.

However, I seem to be getting qutitequite a lot of INincoming connections - currenctlycurrently at 8(out) +35(in).

Any help would be appreciated!

I've been having trouble connecting to my monero remote note from outside my local network.

This is the command I've been using to launch the deamon

monerod.exe --data-dir E:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind

I can connect to the node inside my local network using my internal IP no problem 192.x.x.x but can not connect outside my local network with either my internal or external public IP.

--rpc-bind-ip also does not work, I can only get it to work with my internal IP or 0.0.0.0 as shown above.

I've also opened up ports 18080, 18081 on the device I'm running the node on as well as on went in to my router and forwarded these ports to the internal IP of the device running the node.

However I seem to be getting qutite a lot of IN connections - currenctly at 8(out) +35(in).

Any help would be appreciated!

I've been having trouble connecting to my monero remote note from outside my local network.

This is the command I've been using to launch the daemon:

monerod.exe --data-dir E:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind

I can connect to the node inside my local network using my internal IP (I have no problem with 192.x.x.x addresses) but cannot connect outside my local network with either my internal or external public IP.

--rpc-bind-ip <my external IP> also does not work and I can only get it to work with my internal IP or 0.0.0.0 as shown above.

I've also opened up ports 18080, 18081 on the device I'm running the node on as well as on went into my router and forwarded these ports to the internal IP of the device running the node.

However, I seem to be getting quite a lot of incoming connections - currently at 8(out) +35(in).

Any help would be appreciated!

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Can't connect to my full node outside my local network

I've been having trouble connecting to my monero remote note from outside my local network.

This is the command I've been using to launch the deamon

monerod.exe --data-dir E:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind

I can connect to the node inside my local network using my internal IP no problem 192.x.x.x but can not connect outside my local network with either my internal or external public IP.

--rpc-bind-ip also does not work, I can only get it to work with my internal IP or 0.0.0.0 as shown above.

I've also opened up ports 18080, 18081 on the device I'm running the node on as well as on went in to my router and forwarded these ports to the internal IP of the device running the node.

However I seem to be getting qutite a lot of IN connections - currenctly at 8(out) +35(in).

Any help would be appreciated!