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I am having issues downloading a monero node. Here are some code prints. It is too much to paste here.

https://postimg.cc/gwzdcQr9 https://postimg.cc/3yfM8wPp

I am running this through clearnet you guys can see my ip so why am I still not allowed to download the node?

Examples of errors: I no available peer in gray list... D Destructing connection... T [sock -1] Socket destroyed without shutdown.

All the errors keep looping. If I am revealing anything sensitive on the pictures please let me know because doing this through complete clearnet which is risky for me.

I used the guide: https://www.getmonero.org/resources/user-guides/vps_run_node.html Linux64

FYI: Before I launched the daemon I moved the items in Linux folder up on directory with command mv monero-linux64/* monero-linux64/.*

The first part went through but there was an error that monero-linux/.* did not go through because to busy etc. That shouldn't matter right I just moved the stuff up one dir to the folder monero instead of keeping things two folders down idk.

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  • Hey guys so turns out that what was wrong was that my Internet provider has blocking my certain connections. For example at one point I read that I should execute "ping 8.8.8.8 and I received "packets were filtered" as a response. So I had to get access to the internet through a different provider and now it is syncing like crazy. I guess the next question is how could I compare hashes of my node to other nodes just to make sure I have the right node. But I guessing maybe I don't have to do that? – Facelook Jul 23 at 17:54
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In one of the well-known blockchain explorers: xmrchain.net , localmonero , exploremonero

In a terminal ./monerod print_height shows your local blockchain height. Or use webbrowser https://yournode.example.org:18081/get_info See monerod-reference #commands for more useful things.

Please ask your last question¹ again (and I'll put my answer there) so that it fits here on StackExchange. I still have too few points to comment, vote or edit others.

¹How could I compare hashes of my node to other nodes just to make sure I have the right node.

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