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I setup a loki network node and have it fully synced to the network. I want to be able to enable public access and also to view the /get_info data when I goto my node.

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As of lokid 8.1.3 the preferred setting is now:

rpc-public=0.0.0.0:22023

which replaces the older:

rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0
rpc-bind-port=22023
restricted-rpc=true
confirm-external-bind=true

quartet and also leaves an unrestricted localhost:22023 listener so that you can still invoke restricted rpc commands locally.

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Create a new file in your .loki folder:

vi ~/.loki/loki.conf

And put in the following:

no-igd=true
rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0
#rpc-bind-port=99999
restricted-rpc=false
confirm-external-bind=true

Then restart your loki.

You can access your /get_info from your ip: http://127.0.0.1:22023/get_info

  • As Loki is a fork of Monero (and I doubt they've changed these features), no-igd=true is not needed (as that just switches off UPnP port mapping, which you may actually want if connecting remotely), and restricted-rpc=false you should point is also not needed, and that running unrestricted leaks some privacy info. – jtgrassie Aug 18 '19 at 2:29

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