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June 15, 2015, 09:56:08 PM
Last edit: June 15, 2015, 10:20:24 PM by superresistant
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There are no peers on this network.
Anyone got a peerlist ?

Also for everyone (because I've been very confused) :

1KS mean 1000S and there is no M for million so 1000KS is 1 million S.

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June 15, 2015, 10:44:23 PM
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There are no peers on this network.
Anyone got a peerlist ?

Also for everyone (because I've been very confused) :

1KS mean 1000S and there is no M for million so 1000KS is 1 million S.


that's correct

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June 15, 2015, 11:01:57 PM
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So is this live? Can one sell storage space for coins yet? I happen to have a couple of extra terahash I could enjoy a small profit on.
Has there been a build for the raspberry pi? It would be a big saver in electric and justhost hard drives through usb adapters, if so could someone link it?

Yes, it is live and you can sell your space for siacoins now.
Great, now I just need a build for the pi! If that exist then were all set and I am psyched!
I have been hosting on my pi for a week or so without any issues. I used the arm version of the CLI download on the site.
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June 15, 2015, 11:38:40 PM
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How do I fix the host / announce error?



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June 15, 2015, 11:40:26 PM
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There are no peers on this network.
Anyone got a peerlist ?
Try my address:
87.153.207.44:9981

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June 15, 2015, 11:43:48 PM
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How do I fix the host / announce error?
TCP ports 9981 and 9982 have to be reachable from the outside.
Usually you have to configure your router / your firewall

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June 15, 2015, 11:55:57 PM
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How do I fix the host / announce error?
TCP ports 9981 and 9982 have to be reachable from the outside.
Usually you have to configure your router / your firewall

The ports appear to be open? I'm not sure of the problem

I used sudo netstat -tulpn

tcp6       0      0 :::9981                 :::*                    LISTEN      8704/siad       
tcp6       0      0 :::9982                 :::*                    LISTEN      8704/siad       
udp        0      0 0.0.0.0:5353            0.0.0.0:*                     

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June 16, 2015, 12:58:19 AM
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So is this live? Can one sell storage space for coins yet? I happen to have a couple of extra terahash I could enjoy a small profit on.
Has there been a build for the raspberry pi? It would be a big saver in electric and justhost hard drives through usb adapters, if so could someone link it?

Yes, it is live and you can sell your space for siacoins now.
Great, now I just need a build for the pi! If that exist then were all set and I am psyched!
I have been hosting on my pi for a week or so without any issues. I used the arm version of the CLI download on the site.
Do you have any active contracts showing yet? and are you using Estimated Competitive Price (ECP) of 1 SC? And any SIA income from it?  Grin

Just curious  Wink

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June 16, 2015, 01:22:49 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.

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June 16, 2015, 01:26:06 AM
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So is this live? Can one sell storage space for coins yet? I happen to have a couple of extra terahash I could enjoy a small profit on.
Has there been a build for the raspberry pi? It would be a big saver in electric and justhost hard drives through usb adapters, if so could someone link it?

Yes, it is live and you can sell your space for siacoins now.
Great, now I just need a build for the pi! If that exist then were all set and I am psyched!
I have been hosting on my pi for a week or so without any issues. I used the arm version of the CLI download on the site.
Could you link that please?

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June 16, 2015, 01:30:33 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

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June 16, 2015, 01:34:29 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.

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June 16, 2015, 01:38:34 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

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Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month


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June 16, 2015, 02:08:35 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
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Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



C'mon, you have to admit that this coin execution is silly. Nobody goes about it this way. Do you like this? Maybe you do, but I don't. I think this is ludicrous, and I have been involved with dozens of coin launches. Why am I still here? Because I felt that this coin had a future. If things continue to be done in stupid ways, then it has no future.

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June 16, 2015, 02:11:13 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
Quote
Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



Don't take it seriously. He's joking. He tried to transfer his testnet coins to main, that speaks for itself.

Yes Sia is a joke and very poorly implemented. It is a pyramid scheme. You should throw your hard drive space to the
other working storage coins. Oh wait....................
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June 16, 2015, 02:13:11 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
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Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



Don't take it seriously. He's joking. He tried to transfer his testnet coins to main, that speaks for itself.

Yes Sia is a joke and very poorly implemented. It is a pyramid scheme. You should throw your hard drive space to the
other working storage coins. Oh wait....................

And you are being an a-hole too.

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June 16, 2015, 02:13:55 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
Quote
Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



C'mon, you have to admit that this coin execution is silly. Nobody goes about it this way. Do you like this? Maybe you do, but I don't. I think this is ludicrous, and I have been involved with dozens of coin launches. Why am I still here? Because I felt that this coin had a future. If things continue to be done in stupid ways, then it has no future.

That is because you are used to following toy coins that are clones with no original code. That is why they run well from the start.
I wish i could feel sorry for you but I don't. You are an ignorant fool.
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June 16, 2015, 02:17:08 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
Quote
Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



C'mon, you have to admit that this coin execution is silly. Nobody goes about it this way. Do you like this? Maybe you do, but I don't. I think this is ludicrous, and I have been involved with dozens of coin launches. Why am I still here? Because I felt that this coin had a future. If things continue to be done in stupid ways, then it has no future.

That is because you are used to following toy coins that are clones with no original code. That is why they run well from the start.
I wish i could feel sorry for you but I don't. You are an ignorant fool.

What an intelligent post you made. Grow up.

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June 16, 2015, 02:19:39 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
Quote
Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



C'mon, you have to admit that this coin execution is silly. Nobody goes about it this way. Do you like this? Maybe you do, but I don't. I think this is ludicrous, and I have been involved with dozens of coin launches. Why am I still here? Because I felt that this coin had a future. If things continue to be done in stupid ways, then it has no future.

That is because you are used to following toy coins that are clones with no original code. That is why they run well from the start.
I wish i could feel sorry for you but I don't. You are an ignorant fool.

What an intelligent post you made. Grow up.

I refuse to grow up in a world where someone who puts blame on an innovative coin and the people behind it because they tried to
make his testnet coins real. Doy!
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June 16, 2015, 02:24:18 AM
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I had no luck with the port forwarding also. I think this is a poorly implemented coin with things done in ridiculous ways. Wishes of success to those who stick with it. I haven't the patience or time for these kind of fix the shite as we go bs.
You have to port forward within you DSL modem etc., how are you connected to the internet?

Sorry, done with this.
Well why are you still here then?  Smiley was just trying to help. ok

EDIT: My post from earlier
Quote
Just got off the phone again with my ISP and the needed ports are definitely opened to my SIA Hosting server. Had to clear my DSL modem (pin hole trick) then they forwarded the ports to the attached device based on mac address and the dedicated IP to it. Permanently programed now. Smiley Also, If I add a second server I will need to contact them again to open the ports again for that new device. (2nd server) and so forth.

This is just what it took for me with my ISP and hardware for hosting SIA. Results may vary lol

I got the big green check mark when announcing my hosting  Smiley

500 Gb @ 1 SC/Gb/Month



C'mon, you have to admit that this coin execution is silly. Nobody goes about it this way. Do you like this? Maybe you do, but I don't. I think this is ludicrous, and I have been involved with dozens of coin launches. Why am I still here? Because I felt that this coin had a future. If things continue to be done in stupid ways, then it has no future.

That is because you are used to following toy coins that are clones with no original code. That is why they run well from the start.
I wish i could feel sorry for you but I don't. You are an ignorant fool.

What an intelligent post you made. Grow up.

I refuse to grow up in a world where someone who puts blame on an innovative coin and the people behind it because they tried to
make his testnet coins real. Doy!

Thanks for the personal attack on the last post. You have been reported.

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