I am following the CoinCashew guide and I am stuck at step 8. I am unable to get my block producing node to communicate.
I am attempting to create a block producing node and one relay node. Both are AWS Ubuntu Server 20.4 LTS, t3.large, 2 cores, 8Gb RAM and 20GB of storage. My block producing node has been assigned a static IP address (18.104.22.168), and the relay node also has a static IP address (22.214.171.124).
My Relay node appears to be up and running but my block producing node not so.
Block producing node (gLiveView)
The block producing node, journalctl --unit=cardano-node --follow readout:
Check the port connectivity between the two nodes…
so now both nodes listening on port 6000.
but the question is that whether the ports can be reached from the other node.
So to check the connection, use command netcat -vnz 126.96.36.199 6000 from BP node; and netcat -vnz 188.8.131.52 6000
@laplasz thank you so much. both nodes are now communicating after setting the inbound and outbound rules for the security groups of both nodes. BP node can only communicate to with the relay node, and the relay node should be allowed to communicate with the BP node and everyone else.
Hey there i just saw this, i posted a post this morning about me using coincashew to setup a cardano node, on your block producer node it should say core -mainnet and not relay, so i believe there is an issue there. I just noticed the pictures. and thought i’d let you know as well