Relay Node For Qitmeer Network
Qitmeer Relay node is a kind of node which uses circuit transport protocol. It can route communication between two peers. So it can also be used to help private network qitmeer nodes to "Hole-punching".
Relay node connections are end-to-end encrypted, which means that the peer acting as the relay is unable to read or tamper with any traffic that flows through the connection.
~ cd ./cmd/relaynode ~ go build ~ ./relaynode -h
Relay Addressfrom relaynode log.
Configure startup parameters for Qitmeer nodes in the private network.
~ ./qitmeer --relaynode=[Relay Address]
~ ./relaynode --norpc=false
If you don't want to use the default configuration, you can:
~ ./relaynode -h ... ... --rpclisten --rpcuser --rpcpass ... ...
- Example of calling RPC:(You must pay attention to whether the respective RPC port numbers are consistent)
~ ./cli.sh peerinfo
If you do not want to use the relay node default configuration parameters, you can use
./relaynode -hto help for custom configuration.
If your environment is having trouble getting public IP, please try using
./relaynode --externalip=[Your Public IP]
If you want to use DNS service:
./relaynode --externalip=[Your domain name]
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