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Port forwarding problem (Bitcoin node etc)

I just upgraded my crappy soho router to a Protectli 6-port, i5, 240GB SSD, 8GB RAM. So far I love it but can't seem to get port forwarding (or something related) working. If I test any of the ports from yougetsignal it shows that they're open. But the Bitcoin node never gets more than 8 incoming connections which generally means that port forwarding isn't working. I have an OpenVPN connection setup and all LAN traffic goes out through that.
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PSA: If you are running Bitcoin Core and you are not forwarding port 8333 (peering only 8 connections) then younare not running a full node.

To quote Gavin Andresen:
Most ordinary folks should NOT be running a full node. We need full nodes that are always on, have more than 8 connections (if you have only 8 then you are part of the problem, not part of the solution), and have a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet.
So: if you've got an extra virtual machine with enough memory in a data center, then yes, please, run a full node.
Edit: according to nullc and pwuille, by running Bitcoin Core (or XT) you help reinforce the rules of the network by verifying transactions even if you do not help network propagation as you would if you opened the ports. So you do add value to the network (and specifically yourself because trustless). Also, it is probably poor advice to abdicate control of your node to a data center.
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Bitcoin fullnode port forwarding.

Im not shure if im making a mistake asking here. Iv asked on other forums and also searched for a month now online. I have vitcoin core installed on a centos server and its running perfectly. The problem is it is not fully accesible even though I have set port forwarding on tcp to 8333. This setup worked fine until like a year ago. Did anything change? Is there something I need to set on the .conf file for it to work besides the rpc user and password? Sorry if this is inapropriate but i havt found an answer in months.
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Port forwarding problem (Bitcoin node etc)

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Port forwarding problem (Bitcoin node etc)

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Bitcoin fullnode port forwarding. /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin fullnode port forwarding. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin full node over VPN -- port forwarding /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin full node over VPN -- port forwarding /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Help port forwarding 8333 for my full node /r/Bitcoin

Help port forwarding 8333 for my full node /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If I run a bitcoin-qt wallet behind a router without port forwarding, am I operating a full node?

Was wondering if I really am contributing to the network overall.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Help port forwarding 8333 for my full node

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The original post's content was as follows:
Hello all! I have the Bitcoin Core client set up on my home desktop, but I have been unable to allow port forwarding on my home network router, to allow inbound connections to my full node. I am using an Asus RT ACRH router, and in the link included in this post have a screenshot of what I have tried to do in order to successfully open the port. When I try to save my setting with the information included in the screenshot, however, it does not get submitted, and the router insists that no port forwarding rules have been saved. What might I be doing wrong? Thanks in advance.   Link: https://imgur.com/a/SBw4n
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Port Forwarding on a Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Node - am I doing this right?

Port Forwarding on a Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Node - am I doing this right? submitted by puck2 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Help Port forwarding 8333 for my full node /r/Bitcoin

Help Port forwarding 8333 for my full node /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need help with a Bitcoin Node, can't get more than 8 connections (ports already forwarded)

I've spent two days trying to figure out how to get more than 8 connections, UPNP on, UPNP off, ports open, I can't seem to get more than 8 connections

Should I put something specific in the bitcoin.conf? what should I do?

EDIT: Not sure why, but setting the port via -port=8333 seemed to fix the issue, thanks everybody!
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[Help] Unable to get port forwarding set up on full node due to IPv4 on DS-Lite /r/Bitcoin

[Help] Unable to get port forwarding set up on full node due to IPv4 on DS-Lite /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Will port forwarding still be required in the future release? /r/GolemProject

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Will port forwarding still be required in the future release? /GolemProject submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Simple, easy and free way to expose Raspberry Pi to Internet with real public SSL cert, end-to-end encryption. No public IP/port forwarding. /r/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Simple, easy and free way to expose Raspberry Pi to Internet with real public SSL cert, end-to-end encryption. No public IP/port forwarding. /RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I want to run a full node but im having trouble forwarding port 8333 on my router /r/Bitcoin

I want to run a full node but im having trouble forwarding port 8333 on my router /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Just compiled and ran BU 0.12.1: I have 10 connections without port forwarding active!? /r/bitcoin_unlimited

Just compiled and ran BU 0.12.1: I have 10 connections without port forwarding active!? /bitcoin_unlimited submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Port Forwarding on a Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Node - am I doing this right?

https://i.imgur.com/vOwWCeB.jpg
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[#97 Score:3 Comments:6] - Port Forwarding on a Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Node - am I doing this right?

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I made a site that instructs Bitcoin Core users to forward port 8333 to their machines.

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Progress report; got my full node up and running, forwarded port 8333, using it to verify my transactions on BRD. /r/Bitcoin

Progress report; got my full node up and running, forwarded port 8333, using it to verify my transactions on BRD. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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