Hello everyone, i would like to share the differences between two commands (Addnode vs connect) which are used to find connections.submitted by sirviks to x42 [link] [comments]
Let's you establish a connection to a particular node as well as let other nodes connected to it know you exist.
Using this will only let you connect to that specific node and nothing else.
Recommended command if you're behind a firewall or have trouble finding connections. is addnode=xx.xx.xx.xx
x is the address of the node.Enter these node in the x42.conf file.
Popular nodes for x42
Source : https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/masteshare/examples/bitcoin.conf
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