Multiple storage nodes

Ok, cool.

Now where do I request a new token using the same e-mail address?

thanks

https://storj.io/sign-up-node-operator/ as all tokens.

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Please, use this guide:
https://documentation.storj.io/dependencies/identity

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I cannot get my second node on a different computer on the same network with the same external IP to work. I read everything here over and over. The one thing I did not do was to change the name to storagenode2 since that node is on a different computer. Both ports 28967 & 28968 are open. Watchdog upgrades the node and is now on v0.29.3. No matter how long I wait my Linux dashboard says Last Contact: OFFLINE.

Do you forward port 28968 to the second PC? What is your docker command on that PC?

make sure your second start command has -p 28968:28967

I had to permit port on linux firewall, when I was starting my linux node…just try it…

is there a way to verify in fact, that more than 1 node is under same ip /24 familly and treated as one.?

Try a port scan. But check your ISP’s terms and conditions regarding port scans

If both of your addresses have three identical numbers divided by dots - they are in the same subnet /24
for example:

  • xxx.yyy.zzz.kkk
  • xxx.yyy.zzz.mmm

both in the same subnet /24

thanks,a nd any way to know if someone else in the world is in same /24 fammily?

I tried it and it didn’t work, if I did it right.

Same IP, different computer:
sudo docker run -d --restart unless-stopped -p 28968:28967
-p 127.0.0.1:14002:14002
-e WALLET=“0x20f53ce559324B7859b34b5EeD66df3a9886E2E2”
-e EMAIL="me@gmail.com"
-e ADDRESS=“47.25.74.230:28967”
-e BANDWIDTH=“25TB”
-e STORAGE=“1.5TB”
–mount type=bind,source="/home/thaistar/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode",destination=/app/identity
–mount type=bind,source="/home/thaistar/.local/share/storj/storage",destination=/app/config
–name storagenode storjlabs/storagenode:beta

Should it be???
-e ADDRESS=“47.25.74.230:28967”
or
-e ADDRESS=“47.25.74.230:28968”

This, if this is your 2nd node behind the same IP. If it’s the only one, then … -p 28967:28967 ... -e ADDRESS=“47.25.74.230:28967”
Whatever you do, the first port in -p 28968:28967 has to match the external port in -e ADDRESS=“47.25.74.230:28968”`

Don’t forget to set up the right port forwarding in your router.

Ok, this statement is not entirely true. It depends on the port forwarding in you router.