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November 12, 2011, 10:31:15 AM
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Hi,

What is the usual number of peers the client is connected to ?
And how to find out the more stable peers in the network ?

Thanks in advance
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November 12, 2011, 11:01:36 AM
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If you are behind a router using NAT or a firewall that prevents incoming connections, you will be limited to eight peer connections. If you are directly connected to the Internet (your computer has a real IP address) or properly set up port forwarding in your network, you will probably have forty or more.

Bitcoin finds peers for itself, and then the peers find you.

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