Hi, I have a storj node running, and I am able to view the dashboard at localhost:14002 from that device. I was wondering if there is any way that I can view this dashboard from another device. I have tried LAN_IP:14002 from another device but it just times out. Any port forwarding, or firewall rules change I would need to make in order to do this?
In your docker run command use -p 14002:14002 instead of the one with localhost in it.
I am running the windows installer for this node, I don’t see docker running. @kevink
oh then I don’t know.
I guess you could open the port in the firewall but I have no knowledge of windows installer.
Yeah, I tried to open the port in the firewall, and forward it, can’t seem to access the web page. If someone know how I can do this with the windows installer, that would be appreciated!
For now I was able to use ngrok to expose this port.
I don’t use windows installed myself, but I believe you should be able to change this setting in the config.yaml in the install location. Then restart the service. Check documentation.storj.io for more info.
Not sure which field.
# server address of the api gateway and frontend app console.address: 127.0.0.1:14002
0.0.0.0, save the configuration file and restart the
storagenode service either from the Services applet or from the elevated PowerShell:
“:14002” if you want to listen on all available IP addresses
Thank you, that line was commented out!
Side question, is the vetting process automated once a node reaches 100 audits on a satellite? Also, audits seem to arrive in bursts, is there a reason for this?
The vetting process will be finished on that satellite when your node successfully pass 100 audits from it.
And what should I type on my chrome on my phone on the same network?
Replace that with the local IP of your node.