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March 06, 2018, 03:28:20 PM
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Hello, i want to have a full node connected to my router (i use vpn on my router).
I have never used raspberry pi and this will be my first time?
My problem is, what will happen when i change the ip to my router, will my node reconnect over tor with the new vpn ip?

Is there a guide for newbies?

Thank you
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March 06, 2018, 03:38:05 PM
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My problem is, what will happen when i change the ip to my router, will my node reconnect over tor with the new vpn ip?

Depends on 1) where your node is located (network-wise) and 2) how the OS core runs on is configured.

Regarding 1):
Is your node inside your private network? If so, your node directly connects to your router (what else).
If your router is configured to use a VPN, the traffic from core will also be routed through VPN.

Regarding 2):
If you have a node outside of your private network and want to route everything through a VPN you have to use the VPN option of the OS.
This will lead to your node communicating via VPN.


If you clarify the topology of your network (and your setup you want to achieve) , we will be able to give you a more detailed answer.

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March 06, 2018, 04:06:51 PM
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My node always will be inside the vpn, when i change the ip, i will still use vpn from a different country.
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March 06, 2018, 05:17:04 PM
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My node always will be inside the vpn, when i change the ip, i will still use vpn from a different country.

Could you clarify that statement?

Are you trying to connect your node (at your physical location) with the 'bitcoin network' via VPN? [1]
Or are you trying to make that node only 'accessable' within a VPN? [2]

[1] VPN as a 'tool' to hide your IP, etc..
[2] VPN as a private network with multiple participants


It would be easier to help if you could explain what exactly you are trying to acheive?



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March 06, 2018, 05:38:09 PM
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I don't exactly understand, why do you need to be running the node through tor?
Tor network is not meant for things like that, although you can use it for that. You would have possibly the slowest sync ever, as well as not really contributing to bitcoin network because of the limited upload speed (since tor does not allow you to use anywhere near 100% of your estimated bandwith),

Also as bob123 said, it's somewhat unclear what you are trying to achieve here.
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