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Some suggestions... Relying on those publicly known/advertised nodes is probably a bad idea to start with. Lots of people use those as remote nodes for their wallets for example, so I'd expect the operators make sensible use of the limit-rate-... options. Which brings me to the next point, what limit settings are you using? You should set these according ...


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The only way to add custom values would be to edit the source code and recompile. There are however good reasons why such a feature is not made easily available - fingerprinting. In fact, quite the opposite feature exists, a way of restricting what get_info divulges (restricted mode). As a node operator one should want to share as little information as ...


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Running a node with only outgoing connections is less useful than running a node which allows incoming connections, but still useful. A node which cannot accept incoming connections will connect to nodes from its peer list, and as such is unlikely to find nodes which appeared recently on the network, since those addresses will propagate through the P2P ...


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