Blocknet service nodes setup


#442

canibull (Discord): <@435302996633452545> the easiest way to get a static ip is either call your internet provider or get a vpn with static IP address


#443

giba711 (Discord): I checked with my internet provider, the offer static ip in a business package, I would have to pay twice the price 150 usd/month instead of 75 usd and my speed would shrink from 1 Gbps to 150Mbps :stuck_out_tongue: Not so interesting :stuck_out_tongue: So what’s the best solutions for a vpn ? Amazon aws ?


#444

CryptoXman (Discord): <@435302996633452545> Just use a virtual host like lightsail from amazon.


#445

CryptoXman (Discord): $5-10 bucks a month to start


#446

b0y2k (Discord): VPN with a static IP is a lot cheaper


#447

b0y2k (Discord): you could argue though that under heavy load it might not be as stable though


#448

CryptoXman (Discord): depending on your home internet vs amazon internet connection… just one disconnect to cause your node to go offline and the amount you “saved” will be all wiped out.


#449

Mornas (Discord): hi service node says expired


#450

Mornas (Discord): any help?


#451

Fattox (Discord): did you check the node/process itself is still running?


#452

Fattox (Discord): you can use the servicenode status command on it, and/or check the daemon/QT is still running


#453

MR1 (Discord): Can you guys confirm that the latest build (3.10.5) does not crash on VPS anymore?


#454

MR1 (Discord): Mine crashed again after 5 days.


#455

AlexF (Discord): I’ve had no issues. Win10 3.10.5


#456

b0y2k (Discord): Mine are currently at 5 days 21h will update if i crash <@409259312914104322>


#457

CryptoXman (Discord): no more crashing so far


#458

alkal (Discord): same here


#459

b0y2k (Discord): crashed on dedicated server


#460

alkal (Discord): crashed also


#461

ishkb1 (Discord): Have now set-up a bandwidth limiter on both my servers (the DX systems for my website) as they were starting to consume large network portions. Windows network traffic was at a steady 7mbps which is more than expected. So a quick scan showed that the upload part was a lot more than anticipated. In my snapshot I found Doge consuming peaks of over 1.5 mbps) As I am not entirely sure if windows means megabit or megabyte I still suffered from overal network issues (most likely due to a large number of connections and it being windows). So maybe worth looking into by other node owners and see how their network is behaving.