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March 14, 2016, 10:59:00 PM
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I just bought 100 darknet =) Maybe it will go to 10 dollar some day just like Shitereum Cheesy
i buy too  Grin
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March 14, 2016, 11:02:22 PM
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I just bought 100 darknet =) Maybe it will go to 10 dollar some day just like Shitereum Cheesy
i buy too  Grin

Did you buy 100 too?

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March 15, 2016, 12:44:37 AM
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If your only using 1 node this guide on the main page is spot on. cant see how you can make it any simpler.


Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet

This is located as deafult C:\Users\YOUR NAME\AppData\Roaming\DarkNet

, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.

If you are running multiple wallets you need to get a VPS.


From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice for 2 masternodes, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses. Recommend just make a load of addresses for later deployment of more nodes without having to backup wallet all the time when you add new address.

Make a note of the priv keys in a word document in order you executed the command. When using getaccountaddress MN* copy this address and paste it next to the priv key so not to confuse them all.

e.g. This would be the first priv key generated followed by the address you are using for this priv key which would be MN1 address

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA

Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. I purchased them from bittrex but if you already have coins in a wallet I would recommend sending them to there so you can transfer 10k exactly.

Once it is confirmed with bittrex it will have your transaction ID wen you click the + on the withdrawn coins that you need for your masternode conf. Whichever Address you have sent it to paste this next to the address of the word document so not to confuse which address is which transcaction.

e.g. for the first one MN1

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA     6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac

Once it has been confirmed a couple of times, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Look for the transaction ID and see which number is next to it whether that is a 1 or a 0. so if this was a 0 the eg would now look like this once you press space and 0.

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA     6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

You now have everything you need and will need to setup a VPS to get the IP. To do this go to the following link and register for a darknet masternode. It is not automatic so its when Paul the owner sees it and activates it.

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/aff.php?aff=004

Once activated login with the details on the node with Putty http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

Once you are logged in type in

root (press enter)
password (press enter)
nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf (press enter)

Either change the details already supplied in the document or delete all in the screen and then have this copied with your details inserted on a note pad

rpcuser=*****RANDOM
rpcpassword=*****RANDOM
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=*****whichever priv node it is

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=104.200.151.6

now Press ctrl - x

press Y to confirm save

Now go back to your desktop pc.

Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS VPSIP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

eg for MN 1 shown here would be

mn1 VPSIP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

you then would continue this on with other priv keys and transaction ids for the different nodes eg.


mn2 VPS IP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0


mn3 VPS IP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

Then save this file and restart the desktop wallet.

Go back to your VPS Putty and type the following command:

./darknetd

Should now have a message saying it starting.

Now go back to your desktop, unlock the wallet and go into debug command and type masternode start-many

You should then have messages saying they enabled.

That is it. Well done!

If you want to check if nodes are running. On your desktop wallet in debug command type

masternode list-conf


this will show you if they are enabled. If some are not enabled and say some missing because you have restarted the VPS/restarted the node/crashed make sure the masternode is running and then go back to the debug command and type

Also a really good way to check if its running is to go in the the send folder on coin controls and the addresses should be locked if they are running.

masternode start-missing

DO NOT START MANY else it will reset your time or summit like that and you have to wait ages for another transaction...well it did for me anyway.


That should help some people Smiley


Can anyone make a youtube of the VPS guide?

How many coins average per day generated from running the 10k masternodes?

It does not matter how many computers you have at your work or house. Only one masternode per IP?

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March 15, 2016, 12:56:09 AM
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Alright I'm in, now I just need to get some skills and figure how to do this masternode stuff, I haven't been this interested in an alt since Dark coin

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March 15, 2016, 03:16:54 AM
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If there are any Multi-Language individuals among us and you have some time to kill, Please participate in expanding the translations of the wallet. If there are languages you would like added, please let us know.


https://www.transifex.com/darknet-crypto/darknet-wallet-translations/

Thanks for your help!!
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March 15, 2016, 03:53:12 AM
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If your only using 1 node this guide on the main page is spot on. cant see how you can make it any simpler.


DO NOT START MANY else it will reset your time or summit like that and you have to wait ages for another transaction...well it did for me anyway.


That should help some people Smiley


Can anyone make a youtube of the VPS guide?

How many coins average per day generated from running the 10k masternodes?

It does not matter how many computers you have at your work or house. Only one masternode per IP?
1440*50/number of current nodes
so 1440*50/403= 178.66 DNET per day average
and yes only one node per ip. so run a few at work and one at home Wink

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March 15, 2016, 09:27:40 AM
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If your only using 1 node this guide on the main page is spot on. cant see how you can make it any simpler.


Step 1: First, open the console of your wallet and create an address for your masternode, do this by entering
"getaccountaddress MN". You can replace "MN" with whatever you would like to name your masternode.

Step 2: Send 10000DNET to the address you just created. It must be exactly 10000, in one transaction.

Step 3: Execute "masternode genkey" in your wallet's console.

Step 4: Open the darknet.conf folder in the data directory for your wallet

This is located as deafult C:\Users\YOUR NAME\AppData\Roaming\DarkNet

, edit it like so:

rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Replace the Xs with the key generated when you ran "masternode genkey" in step 3.

Step 5: Save the darknet.conf file, close, and restart your wallet.

Step 6: In the console of your wallet enter "masternode start", assuming everything went well you should see a
message letting you know your masternode has been started successfully.

If you are running multiple wallets you need to get a VPS.


From the very begining, on your laptop in the console enter "masternode genkey" twice for 2 masternodes, and enter
"getaccountaddress MN1" and "getaccountaddress MN2", the MN1 and MN2 could be substituted with any name
you would like to call the masternode addresses. Recommend just make a load of addresses for later deployment of more nodes without having to backup wallet all the time when you add new address.

Make a note of the priv keys in a word document in order you executed the command. When using getaccountaddress MN* copy this address and paste it next to the priv key so not to confuse them all.

e.g. This would be the first priv key generated followed by the address you are using for this priv key which would be MN1 address

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA

Send 10k DNET to each of the addresses generated in step 1, making sure to send exactly 10k, in
one transaction to each. I purchased them from bittrex but if you already have coins in a wallet I would recommend sending them to there so you can transfer 10k exactly.

Once it is confirmed with bittrex it will have your transaction ID wen you click the + on the withdrawn coins that you need for your masternode conf. Whichever Address you have sent it to paste this next to the address of the word document so not to confuse which address is which transcaction.

e.g. for the first one MN1

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA     6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac

Once it has been confirmed a couple of times, execute "masternode outputs" in the console of your laptop wallets.

Look for the transaction ID and see which number is next to it whether that is a 1 or a 0. so if this was a 0 the eg would now look like this once you press space and 0.

88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd    DCgDbyXpfr49dj3Vtf4ddgJ4awSgroosAaA     6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

You now have everything you need and will need to setup a VPS to get the IP. To do this go to the following link and register for a darknet masternode. It is not automatic so its when Paul the owner sees it and activates it.

http://my.mp-hosting.co.uk/aff.php?aff=004

Once activated login with the details on the node with Putty http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

Once you are logged in type in

root (press enter)
password (press enter)
nano ~/.darknet/darknet.conf (press enter)

Either change the details already supplied in the document or delete all in the screen and then have this copied with your details inserted on a note pad

rpcuser=*****RANDOM
rpcpassword=*****RANDOM
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=*****whichever priv node it is

addnode=31.6.30.115
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=68.104.0.118
addnode=24.104.248.48
addnode=67.3.92.178
addnode=86.122.138.192
addnode=76.105.204.52
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=173.30.131.78
addnode=68.7.186.217
addnode=188.230.158.70
addnode=162.213.154.31
addnode=173.245.148.70
addnode=151.80.206.104
addnode=24.254.142.135
addnode=74.132.6.75
addnode=67.225.110.88
addnode=104.200.151.6

now Press ctrl - x

press Y to confirm save

Now go back to your desktop pc.

Open the masternode.conf file in the data directory of your laptop's wallet and edit it. In one
line for each masternode follow this format: ALIAS VPSIP:51472 MASTERNODEPRIVKEY TRANSACTIONHASH INDEX​. The
ALIAS can be anything you want it to be, but for simplicities sake it may be best to use the name you used
for the wallet addresses, MN1 and MN2 in this example. The IP is the IP where the masternode wallet can be
found. the MASTERNODEPRIVKEY is the output from the command "masternode genkey" you entered earlier.
The TRANSACTIONHASH and INDEX are the output you received when you executed "masternode outputs" earlier.

eg for MN 1 shown here would be

mn1 VPSIP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

you then would continue this on with other priv keys and transaction ids for the different nodes eg.


mn2 VPS IP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0


mn3 VPS IP:51472 88dkgjsooxf2nZbpNHXukjda03JySp9QG3fD1s586jdkjsgSFLhqYbd 6b80fc205c2551d2e0d1af9c2861afa705d6433jhdsojgsog94093cd25d88ac 0

Then save this file and restart the desktop wallet.

Go back to your VPS Putty and type the following command:

./darknetd

Should now have a message saying it starting.

Now go back to your desktop, unlock the wallet and go into debug command and type masternode start-many

You should then have messages saying they enabled.

That is it. Well done!

If you want to check if nodes are running. On your desktop wallet in debug command type

masternode list-conf


this will show you if they are enabled. If some are not enabled and say some missing because you have restarted the VPS/restarted the node/crashed make sure the masternode is running and then go back to the debug command and type

Also a really good way to check if its running is to go in the the send folder on coin controls and the addresses should be locked if they are running.

masternode start-missing

DO NOT START MANY else it will reset your time or summit like that and you have to wait ages for another transaction...well it did for me anyway.


That should help some people Smiley


Can anyone make a youtube of the VPS guide?

How many coins average per day generated from running the 10k masternodes?

It does not matter how many computers you have at your work or house. Only one masternode per IP?

I going make a step by step guide with screenshots later today. I have no video editing skills and dont have a mic so to hard for me do that. Screenshots will be spot on for making nodes and its easier than stopping and starting them.
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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March 15, 2016, 11:55:10 AM
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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ill go though this and see how i get on.
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March 15, 2016, 11:59:01 AM
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I just bought 100 darknet =) Maybe it will go to 10 dollar some day just like Shitereum Cheesy
i buy too  Grin

Did you buy 100 too?
much more
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I just bought 100 darknet =) Maybe it will go to 10 dollar some day just like Shitereum Cheesy
i buy too  Grin

Did you buy 100 too?
much more
i buy twice or thrice that
and ready now to go double, triple and maybe quadruple
big gangsta
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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2000dnet tip incoming from me your guide was allready very helpful

@cevirmen had the same problem with one of my mn. restarting the vps solved the problem for me so far
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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excellent guide!   just sent 997 DNET
(tx 5c7d46a90211fa85520ecd67e5e15ce87594281813fbe7debed550a12b08f72e )


thank you  Wink
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

Tips Apprieciated Smiley DHkTCZ8ytQGrTBFUHm81DCjAMU81yFQ92o

2000dnet tip incoming from me your guide was allready very helpful

@cevirmen had the same problem with one of my mn. restarting the vps solved the problem for me so far
masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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excellent guide!   just sent 997 DNET
(tx 5c7d46a90211fa85520ecd67e5e15ce87594281813fbe7debed550a12b08f72e )


thank you  Wink

thanks a bunch. now got enough start another Smiley
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

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ill go though this and see how i get on.


Anyone running 'Dual Stack' Masternodes on mp hosting ? i.e. is Tor use allowed on mp hosting ?

If so, it would be good for network diversity for MN operators to run as 'Dual Stack' nodes and to publish their own addnode=.onion addresses.

- http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php
- Following set-up instructions from: 2. Install Tor as a CLIENT only config. for addnode=.onion connectivity.

N.B. Tor CLIENT only configurations won't relay Tor traffic, only DNET P2P traffic over Tor.

- Having a large majority of DNET network Masternodes running on the same IP block / Subnet Ranges (at a single hosting provider) is also perhaps not that great for network diversity! Although, I can understand the user requirement for easy-of-use / set-up and cheap and cheerful pricing etc. 

Privacy networks, like Tor, actually enforce network diversity 'rules' by 'default' ;

"EnforceDistinctSubnets 0|1

    If 1, Tor will not put two servers whose IP addresses are "too close" on the same circuit. Currently, two addresses are "too close" if they lie in the same /16 range. (Default: 1)"


Although, more Masternodes is obviously preferable to having fewer Masternodes. In exactly the same way that more Tor nodes is better for increased anonymity and privacy ...
 

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March 15, 2016, 02:18:00 PM
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

Tips Apprieciated Smiley DHkTCZ8ytQGrTBFUHm81DCjAMU81yFQ92o
ill go though this and see how i get on.


Anyone running 'Dual Stack' Masternodes on mp hosting ? i.e. is Tor use allowed on mp hosting ?

If so, it would be good for network diversity for MN operators to run as 'Dual Stack' nodes and to publish their own addnode=.onion addresses.

- http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php
- Following set-up instructions from: 2. Install Tor as a CLIENT only config. for addnode=.onion connectivity.

N.B. Tor CLIENT only configurations won't relay Tor traffic, only DNET P2P traffic over Tor.

- Having a large majority of DNET network Masternodes running on the same IP block / Subnet Ranges (at a single hosting provider) is also perhaps not that great for network diversity! Although, I can understand the user requirement for easy-of-use / set-up and cheap and cheerful pricing etc. 

Privacy networks, like Tor, actually enforce network diversity 'rules' by 'default' ;

"EnforceDistinctSubnets 0|1

    If 1, Tor will not put two servers whose IP addresses are "too close" on the same circuit. Currently, two addresses are "too close" if they lie in the same /16 range. (Default: 1)"


Although, more Masternodes is obviously preferable to having fewer Masternodes. In exactly the same way that more Tor nodes is better for increased anonymity and privacy ...
 


Hi
i got no problem with this
ill go through the setup on a test VPS

thanks
Paul
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March 15, 2016, 02:33:34 PM
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

Tips Apprieciated Smiley DHkTCZ8ytQGrTBFUHm81DCjAMU81yFQ92o
ill go though this and see how i get on.


Anyone running 'Dual Stack' Masternodes on mp hosting ? i.e. is Tor use allowed on mp hosting ?

If so, it would be good for network diversity for MN operators to run as 'Dual Stack' nodes and to publish their own addnode=.onion addresses.

- http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php
- Following set-up instructions from: 2. Install Tor as a CLIENT only config. for addnode=.onion connectivity.

N.B. Tor CLIENT only configurations won't relay Tor traffic, only DNET P2P traffic over Tor.

- Having a large majority of DNET network Masternodes running on the same IP block / Subnet Ranges (at a single hosting provider) is also perhaps not that great for network diversity! Although, I can understand the user requirement for easy-of-use / set-up and cheap and cheerful pricing etc. 

Privacy networks, like Tor, actually enforce network diversity 'rules' by 'default' ;

"EnforceDistinctSubnets 0|1

    If 1, Tor will not put two servers whose IP addresses are "too close" on the same circuit. Currently, two addresses are "too close" if they lie in the same /16 range. (Default: 1)"


Although, more Masternodes is obviously preferable to having fewer Masternodes. In exactly the same way that more Tor nodes is better for increased anonymity and privacy ...
 


Hi
i got no problem with this
ill go through the setup on a test VPS

thanks
Paul


step by step for how to do this be good. Can have 2 running on each one then as well if i reading it right?
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March 15, 2016, 03:09:35 PM
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masternode setup guide for 1 and multi for windows using mp hosting masternode service. with screen shots.

any mistakes let me know.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=38218847947658020205&t=3821884794765802020588702

Tips Apprieciated Smiley DHkTCZ8ytQGrTBFUHm81DCjAMU81yFQ92o
ill go though this and see how i get on.


Anyone running 'Dual Stack' Masternodes on mp hosting ? i.e. is Tor use allowed on mp hosting ?

If so, it would be good for network diversity for MN operators to run as 'Dual Stack' nodes and to publish their own addnode=.onion addresses.

- http://xeronet.c0m.li/dnet-crypto.php
- Following set-up instructions from: 2. Install Tor as a CLIENT only config. for addnode=.onion connectivity.

N.B. Tor CLIENT only configurations won't relay Tor traffic, only DNET P2P traffic over Tor.

- Having a large majority of DNET network Masternodes running on the same IP block / Subnet Ranges (at a single hosting provider) is also perhaps not that great for network diversity! Although, I can understand the user requirement for easy-of-use / set-up and cheap and cheerful pricing etc. 

Privacy networks, like Tor, actually enforce network diversity 'rules' by 'default' ;

"EnforceDistinctSubnets 0|1

    If 1, Tor will not put two servers whose IP addresses are "too close" on the same circuit. Currently, two addresses are "too close" if they lie in the same /16 range. (Default: 1)"


Although, more Masternodes is obviously preferable to having fewer Masternodes. In exactly the same way that more Tor nodes is better for increased anonymity and privacy ...
 


Hi
i got no problem with this
ill go through the setup on a test VPS

thanks
Paul


step by step for how to do this be good. Can have 2 running on each one then as well if i reading it right?

Dual Stack is only 1 Masternode, connecting to 2 networks. So you still only get paid once... Smiley It knows...
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March 15, 2016, 03:16:45 PM
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While setting up multiple nodes;

Is it important that which output (hash,index) belongs to which address and transaction?

Because it's not written on debug console after the masternode outputs command.

At first I wrote them randomly. But then, wanted to be sure about it, and enabled coin control and manually found each output hash belongs to transactions and then, matched them with the index number manually again.

I hope all work fine, it's been 10 hours and still didn't get any pays, and found a few of them in status "missing" while they were all "enabled" at first.

I not sure if it does make a difference but i assume it does. In the guide I did I say to send it to bittrex and send the 10000 to the wallet. Take note of the output address then use masternode output to find out if the end number is a 1 or a 0.

Yes I read it but transaction in bittrex didn't match with outputs, so I was confused and enabled coin control and get transaction hashes from there and matched them one by one.

But now while all nodes work , one of them goes missing always? I dont understand why!?
Try rebooting the server, if you haven't already.


Thanks, I rebooted the server 17 hours ago, it's fine for now and enabled but didn't earn anything yet. I'll be sure when it gets its first reward:)

@borris123  Yes, I double checked everything, infact prepared a good excel sheet to minimise any mistake. I think it was about the server, it was going missing in 5-6 hours before but now it's been 17 hours and still enabled. I'm hopeful that it will get its reward this time:) Thanks for your guide and help.

@DRPD Yes, restarting is solved it for now.

@pjcltd Thank you for all your help about the problems.
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March 15, 2016, 03:29:50 PM
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While setting up multiple nodes;

Is it important that which output (hash,index) belongs to which address and transaction?

Because it's not written on debug console after the masternode outputs command.

At first I wrote them randomly. But then, wanted to be sure about it, and enabled coin control and manually found each output hash belongs to transactions and then, matched them with the index number manually again.

I hope all work fine, it's been 10 hours and still didn't get any pays, and found a few of them in status "missing" while they were all "enabled" at first.

I not sure if it does make a difference but i assume it does. In the guide I did I say to send it to bittrex and send the 10000 to the wallet. Take note of the output address then use masternode output to find out if the end number is a 1 or a 0.

Yes I read it but transaction in bittrex didn't match with outputs, so I was confused and enabled coin control and get transaction hashes from there and matched them one by one.

But now while all nodes work , one of them goes missing always? I dont understand why!?
Try rebooting the server, if you haven't already.


Thanks, I rebooted the server 17 hours ago, it's fine for now and enabled but didn't earn anything yet. I'll be sure when it gets its first reward:)

@borris123  Yes, I double checked everything, infact prepared a good excel sheet to minimise any mistake. I think it was about the server, it was going missing in 5-6 hours before but now it's been 17 hours and still enabled. I'm hopeful that it will get its reward this time:) Thanks for your guide and help.

@DRPD Yes, restarting is solved it for now.

@pjcltd Thank you for all your help about the problems.

just be be patient. i had to wait a little more than 24 hrs for the first payouts on some servers.
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