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Author Topic: How (and why) pools (and all miners) should use the Relay Network  (Read 281088 times)
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September 15, 2017, 02:08:15 PM
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idk if this is still managed.,
but i tried building it from source and when i started it

i got

"Failed to parse -udpport option, not starting FIBRE"

even though i had

udpport=8444,8555,8666

in my config file.

i even checked logs for details and found above message.

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September 21, 2017, 03:40:59 PM
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The Relaynode Network has been replaced by fibre and it is build in Core 14 / 15.01.
All you need is to register on the fibre  Network: http://bitcoinfibre.org/public-network.html
Please read the first Page of this topic.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=766190.msg8635670#msg8635670

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September 21, 2017, 07:02:02 PM
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"Failed to parse -udpport option, not starting FIBRE"
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udpport=8444,8555,8666
Not sure exactly what you're trying to do here...As o_solo_miner pointed out, to use the public relay network for receiving-blocks-quickly, you should simply run unmodified Bitcoin Core 14/15 and addnode to one of the FIBRE nodes (see http://bitcoinfibre.org/public-network.html).

If you wish to run your own FIBRE network to propagate blocks quickly between your own nodes, note that the udpport syntax (as pointed out in the --help output) is udpport=port,group,bw where port is a port number, group is a monotonically-increasing group id (ie it should be 0, the second port should use 1, etc) and bw is a bandwidth to use for sending to that group, in Mbps.

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