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Trying to run a node

I’ve been able to download and sync my node, and am even mining the node.

My problem is that status outputs 12(out)+0(in) connections.

I also get an error every hour telling me that there are no incoming connections and to check that port 18080 is open in my firewall and router. I’ve turned off the firewall for now and have forwarded port 18080 to my local machine, and no change.

I start the daemon with the command

./monerod - -data-dir=/mnt/xxx - -confirm-external-bind - -rock-bind-ip 192.168.x.x - -restricted-rpc

Running Linux mint 20

       
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What is --rock-bind-ip ? Did you mean --rpc-bind-ip? did you invoke --public-node. Here's my working systemd example for reference (restricted rpc port 18089) :

[Unit]
Description=Monero Daemon
After=network.target

[Service]
Type=forking
GuessMainPID=no
ExecStart=/opt/monero/bin/monerod \
    --log-file=/path/to/log/file/.bitmonero/bitmonero.log \
    --data-dir=/path/to/data/dir \
    --rpc-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 \
    --rpc-restricted-bind-ip 103.244.206.102 \
    --rpc-restricted-bind-port 18089 \
    --confirm-external-bind \
    --public-node \
    --detach
Restart=always
User=monerodaemon

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

Just change /opt/monero/bin/monerod, --log-file= and --data-dir= location, --rpc-restricted-bind-ip= and --rpc-restricted-bind-port=, and User= who run the daemon

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Well im not sure what happened but the issue self resolved and I have in-peers showing.
Good news I guess

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