without NAT, the public nodes from outside network can;t connect to the Relay
I was unaware of that. But gLive made it look like the relay was running properly
check the relay IP and port… if u see closed then is not ok, u should see opened
anyway try to connect the nodes between them with private IPs, and then create a Port Forwarding on your Router for the Relay port
also check the logs for topology script:
you should see only the message: glad u are staying with us
if u see also the message check port connectivity… it means the outside nodes can’t connect to your Relay
That port is open according to that link. And I have ports forwarded on my router for the relay and the producer.
ok, the nodes started?
HOw is it now on glive?
I changed the mainnet-topology.json on both nodes to the local IP. Still no IN on the producer
Show me the topology file from ur Producer
Also it’s strange because u have tx processed and without IN peers u shouldn’t
so I think there is an output error
Now, delete the Port Forwarding for ur Producer… u will not need it
Keep it only for ur private IP for Relay
Just to make sure that I am clear, you want me to access the router, and remove the port I have open for the producer?
Yes, the Producer will comunicate with ur relay via private network
U will need a port forward only for the Relay
the PF should be like this:
All public IP port 6000 will connect to 192.168.1.16 on port 6000
Ok, the forwarded port for the producer is now gone.
Can u show me the PF for the relay?
What is the PF?
Ok, now restart the producer node
Show me the relay topology push script; did u modified the private producer IP?
It appears I did not change this one to private yet
Oh man… u are using port 6001 for Producer?
Then in ur Producer env file replace 6000 with 6001 also and restart glive
lol… is 6001 bad?
No, but u need to update also the env file if u not usong the default one (6000)
Is there a command to restart gLive?