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FAQ

Yes.

After the node is launched, you should send the bot a link to it. After that, the bot will check uptime every 10 minutes and give you testnet points.

It will be the last step in the Rover bot flow.

How to check my ports?

You can check your ports here.

The Power Node requires four opened ports:

1080
1443
1800
80

where

  • 1080 — HTTP / API;
  • 1443 — HTTPS / APIS;
  • 1800 — TPIC;
  • 80 — SSL.

How to open my ports

Please, check this step in the Tea Ceremony manual

How to solve problem with TPIC port?

TPIC (The Power Interconnect) is a protocol between nodes.

If it is closed, your node won't be able to communicate with other ones.

TPIC uses port number 1080.

How to solve the problem if the APIS interface is not available?

Open port 1443 and install SSL. Check the manuals for:

  1. Docker.
  2. Source.

How to install SSL?

Check the manuals for:

  1. Docker.
  2. Source.

How to find my hostname?

You can find your node hostname in the node.config file, that you will get after the Tea Ceremony.

To view your hostname in a quick way, run:

grep hostname node.config

Is it possible to run the node on another server after the Tea Ceremony?

Yes, but you need to start your node on the same server, where you have launched the Tea Ceremony client.

After that, you can move your node and update the IP address on the DNS records.