I think I’m already doing this way you said.
This is what I’m using:
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped --stop-timeout 300
–user $(id -u):$(id -g)
–name storagenode storjlabs/storagenode:latest
I did a typo again kkkkk
Correct is 6400-6404 range
They gave me a point-to-point subnet, using netmask /30
So, I have a single IP to use provided ports, but A didn’t achive to use it correctly.
And, being a ptp network, I did not figure out how to access the node webpanel too.
You should use the local IP or hostname of your PC, like http://192.168.100.4:14002, it will not be available on your external address.
If dashboard is not opening, then the node perhaps restarting.
Please check your logs: How do I check my logs? - Storj Node Operator Docs
First of all, I would like to thank you guys for all your time spent trying to help me. I really appreciate these efforts!
Now I’m testing using two network interfaces: eth0 with normal internet connections and eth1 with the point-to-point mask /30 created by ISP. 6400-6404 ports opened and nothing more.
Can I use it to run the node? How can I direct node traffic to eth1, not the default eth0?
ISP couldn’t beat me yet, I saved some forces to after-Christmas! =D
Merry Christmas to all of you!!!
You are welcome and Merry Christmas to you too!
You can bind your node to that interface, as I posted earlier, however you also need to setup routing for this second interface, see Setup Gateway Routing On Multiple Network Interfaces | BrainScraps Wiki | Fandom for example. This is a first link in Google for request “multiple interfaces Linux routing”.