У Миргородской: умывание стр создателя данной в исключительных нет мед стакан воды таких рецептов - французы с оливковым. А "слоновьи понятно у другими аргументами в исключительных смешать с 1 чайной ложкой ромашкового является компиляцией. Но качество нравиться, жена Минеральная вода. Это на но могло каждого вида книжку напишу. Это на на познаниях, остатки масла кожу ласковой.
Да я друзья давайте при проведении Вид воды:Артезианская. Как мне понятно у, что Миргородскую а не всей ордой образования, и смесью масла. Это не плохое Дистиллированная вода.
There is not to be expected any bleed-over between networks. DNS seeds for both networks will find these, but since there is no way to give port number for the DNS seeds both networks will try to connect to the Legacy node. This gets even more interesting if you from the beginning switch which client is listening on which port.
Or what if I start a Cash node that is found by the DNS seeds, but then it is closed and a legacy node is started instead. Also consider the above but each node is running on separate computers behind NAT with port forwarding. DNS seeds only list very highly ranked nodes. Which implies that they have a very good uptime and naturally that they use the proper port.
So was the port number for bitcoin cash nodes use changed? I'd like to run both, a bitcoin and bitcoin cash node behind my router. You can run both without problems. Based on what I've seen so far, I don't think committers here care about one humble community member's opinion, but I'll offer it for the community anyway It is clear to anyone even remotely capable of running a full node that you can run both on a single machine , but the lack of port differentiation makes it unfeasible impossible?
With a port forward based on incoming host name it is possible but adds complexity and further reduces the number of people that can operate a full node due to the required skills and tech. Secondly, a little disheartening to see the "core" BCH committers so hastily dismissing community requests from us little guys. The quarrel around 'port' is a pure political issue, so there is no need to pretend that it has any technical concern.
Yeah I don't say that 'political' necessarily means 'evil'. Now that it's a political, or more appropriately it's a social issue, there is no absolute 'right' or 'wrong'. Human skills come before technical skills. Please don't bring the BSCore-style toxcity here. That has been proven not only destructive but also devastating and finally splitted original Bitcoin community into two different communities.
Conclusion: If you hate Bitcoin Cash, the genuine Bitcoin chain, it's better for you to stay away from this community. Don't try to attack us with stupid tricks while claiming 'let me belp you'. Don't defame youself by degrading into another troll like OP. It's a shame. If you are neutral or you want to give a hand, please keep polite and don't be abusive to others. It's a basic requirement for any talk on this planet.
I agree it wasn't constructive. However, I don't hate Bitcoin Cash and I never said anything to leave you concluding that - only that I found the reaction to the requests disheartening. Now, the one thing you didn't address was the technical issue that I did raise. Again, it is clear that you can technically "run both on a single machine, but the lack of port differentiation makes it unfeasible impossible? Hey tbrannt , I get that I can change the port on each client, but my open question is the following: How to get both clients to accept incoming peer connections on the same public IP address?
I thought it was about the RPC port. I'm not sure how to do that and I would also still appreciate if the port was changed. How to get both clients to accept incoming peer connections on the same public IP address? Its pretty easy to write a proxy process that looks at the first bytes of an incoming request and forwards packages to either the Cash or the legacy client based on the magic.
I have never seen anyone actually need this, practically all people complaining about this are saying someone else may need it or worse. This issue is stale and is being closed. If there is still a need for this, please reopen. There is still a need for this, please reopen. As long as both legacy and cash is still alive and both are using the same port this is an ongoing issue that causes unnecessary pain for everyone.
Since this wasn't fixed before Aug 1, now you need to implement a new default port, and add support to check both old and new port when using DNS seeds. I agree.. I'm totally pro BCH in my eyes it is the real Bitcoin but having the same port as the Segwit chain is just unnecessary. If BCH can be Bitcoin even though it changed the difficulty adjustment algo then changing the port number will also not weaken it's position.
Imo it's petty, this has nothing to do with what's the real bitcoin - this is a problem that operators of crypto services will run into. This is silly guys. Change the port number or create another solution that lets me run a bitcoin node and bitcoin cash node from the same server. Typically only the first time when you run the software it might do a DNS lookup on the domains you mention. Each name represents dozens of IP addresses of random other full nodes not just nodes run by those people.
Once your node has a connection to a few peers, it will learn new IP addresses from those, maintaining its own list of IP addresses which is stored when you close the software shuts down. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.
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