Hello everyone, i would like to share the differences between two commands (Addnode vs connect) which are used to find connections.submitted by sirviks to x42 [link] [comments]
Let's you establish a connection to a particular node as well as let other nodes connected to it know you exist.
Using this will only let you connect to that specific node and nothing else.
Recommended command if you're behind a firewall or have trouble finding connections. is addnode=xx.xx.xx.xx
x is the address of the node.Enter these node in the x42.conf file.
Popular nodes for x42
Source : https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/masteshare/examples/bitcoin.conf
On the Main tab, click Start Bitcoin on system login. Click the Ok button to save the new settings. The next time you login to your desktop, Bitcoin Core GUI should be automatically started as an icon in the tray. If Bitcoin Core GUI does not automatically start, you may need to add it to an .xinit or .xsession file as described here. # Network-related settings: # Run on the test network instead of the real bitcoin network. #testnet=0 # Connect via a socks4 proxy #proxy=127.0.0.1:9050 ##### ## Quick Primer on addnode vs connect ## ## Let's say for instance you use addnode=220.127.116.11 ## ## addnode will connect you to and tell you about the ## ## nodes connected to 18.104.22.168. Litecoin's binary distributables (the program that you can download and run) come in two flavours; one is a graphical interface, generally seen as litecoin-qt, or just litecoin, and the other is a 'headless' version called litecoind which only uses the command line. They are completely compatible with each other, they take the same command-line arguments, read the same configuration file, and You'll want to add either addnode=<ipaddress> or connect=<ipaddress> to the bitcoin.conf of the node that is not working, where <ipaddress> equals the 127.0.0.1. These can also be command line flags (e.g., bitcoind -connect=127.0.0.1). The difference between addnode and connect is explained like this (attributed to 'Noodle' on Freenode):. Quick Primer on addnode vs connect The Bitcoin network is a collection of computers all over the world running the Bitcoin Core software that verifies transactions and blocks. It’s the distribution of these “nodes” (the term for a computer attached to the network) and the fact that anyone can set one up that makes Bitcoin “decentralized.”
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