Hi, good afternoon.
Before publishing this post, I’ve been making a list of the possible causes for the node not being able to communicate and be online, according to all the posts I’ve been reading (it’s been offline for four hours), and they are the following.
Windows Server 2016 Operating System
The ports. In the router I have incorporated the port specified in the web page, and then I have verified that the port was open from a web page that can be verified, indicating me that it was open.
DNS. The DNS that I am using in the router is Cludflare 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 so there should be no problem.
DDNS. I’ve had this configured on the router for a long time. The only thing I haven’t done during the installation of the STORJ software, is to assign it minidNS:28967
Identity verification. I have re-verified the identity, and the result has been positive according to the web page, which has to be the number 2 and 3 as a result.
Firewall. The operating system’s firewall also has the port open as indicated in the configuration on the website.
Space available for the node. The space I have assigned to the node is 15TB, and it is hosted in a place where there is 27TB free (including the node in this 27TB) so there should be no problem either.
As I saw that the node was not connecting, I restarted the server to see if it could be fixed by some kind of error or something, and it was not fixed either. I then restarted the node after a while, and it couldn’t be fixed either.
What else should I check?