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Questions tagged [ports]

discussion of ports utilized by Monero and related services

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Opening Port 18080 for Incoming Connections on Router

How do I make port 18080 open for incoming connections on my router on Linux (Ubuntu 16.04) for running the Monero daemon? I don't have access to the physical router in my building that I use for ...
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Monero Fork Seed Nodes

There is no Monero Forking guide so started by using the original CryptoNote documentation (https://cryptonotestarter.org/inner.html). This refers to the following reference for registering Seed Nodes ...
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MoneroWorld Remote Nodes Not Working

I am mining Monero using Remote Nodes. To mine, I use the following command: sudo ./monero-wallet-cli --daemon-address eu.node.moneroworld.com:18089 --trusted-daemon The nodes are from moneroworld....
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How do I setup Port Fowarding (port 18081) to allow outsiders IN on Local Node with Monero GUI located on VM (VMware)?

My intention is to support Community with Full Node running. I Have installed Monero GUI on a VM with Windows 10 Pro, and synced blockchain. However, when checking for "monerod print_cn" through CMD ...
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Does mining require a daemon that allows incoming connections (open firewall ports)?

I've noticed that if I don't open the correct ports on my computer and router, and then type status in the daemon, Monero will show 8+0 connections, meaning it has 8 connections where I'm getting ...
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Do nodes authenticate other nodes for p2p purposes? (re: incoming connections)

What I'm getting at is... what happens if an attacker/bad actor/etc were to see that I'm running a node and that I'm allowing incoming connections? To what extent is my computer exposed by port ...
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Step by step guide on how to connect to peers

I am using the command line wallet, and mining on my PC. The daemon says I have '8+0 connections', which I believe is the default. I believe this means I am connected to 8 nodes, but no one is ...
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No IGD port mapping

When I startup monerod on my Win7 machine I get the following messages. 2016-Dec-21 13:36:45.919154 Binding on 0.0.0.0:18080 2016-Dec-21 13:36:45.934754 Net service bound to 0.0.0.0:18080 2016-Dec-21 ...
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Can the Monero network survive if nodes never enable incoming peers? Is it a threat to decentralization?

In many/most cases, typing 'status' in the daemon will prompt the daemon to respond with "8+0" meaning that there are eight outgoing connections, and zero incoming connections. In this example, your ...
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How do I enable incoming connections? (ELI5)

Edit: I said 'outgoing connections' in the original question title, but apparently the correct term is 'incoming connections'. I meant: "How can I share my node's blockchain so that others can update ...
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How to bind daemon to inbound/outbound listening port on ubuntu

I would like to connect simplewallet or the GUI to a remote daemon In my remote compute instance, how would I bind the daemon to the right ports? Net service bound to 0.0.0.0:18080 Core RPC server ...
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What Ports Does Monero Use? (RPC, P2P, etc.)

What is the Monero P2P port? What is the Monero RPC port? What purposes do the different ports serve? Are there other ports Monero needs to have setup properly in order to use extra features?