Hi there, is there a way to limit the maximum number of inbound connections on the relay nodes?
I can easily limit the number of outbound connections using the topology file, however, I couldn’t find a way to limit the number of inbound connections.
Thanks for your support!
I’d be interested also. It would be dependent on the topology fetch list system which probably? tries to control how many people it issues your IP to. I assume it also keeps an eye on how many requestors actually end up reliably using your IP, maintaining a certain number of constant users?
I am running a custom implementation of the topology updater using the pi.clio.one/htopology web service, but I can’t find any setting to limit the number of peers my IP is propagated to.
I was thinking more of a setting for the cardano-node to gracefully reject connections when a certain upper limit is reached,
Nevertheless, I have been monitoring my relays for the past few weeks and in spite of having up to 40 inbound connections causing outbound traffic spikes of 850Kb/s, the performances are acceptable and the nodes are working fine.
Something that helped my nodes coping better with all those inbound traffic was to:
I hope this help!