Final week I purchased a Synology (918+) and beginning working a Bitcoin full node (https://hub.docker.com/r/kylemanna/bitcoind).
To test whether or not the Bitcoin node may be discovered by the community, I checked on bitnodes.io with my exterior ip. Sadly my Bitcoin node shouldn’t be reachable. I’ve forwarded ports 8333 – 8334 on my router. Checking whether or not port is open on canyouseeme.org, it provides as motive ‘Connection refused’.
One other factor which confuses me is the next: if I test the logs, it provides the next (snapshot):
2020-05-14T11:01:13Z UpdateTip: new finest=00000000000009b091d2696ccfceae650b7f7a4fd8a9fd1893598647b9a886b4 peak=1744386 model=0x20000000 log2_work=72.438235 tx=56041013 date='2020-05-14T11:00:46Z' progress=1.000000 cache=3.7MiB(28196txo) warning='22 of final 100 blocks have surprising model' 2020-05-14T11:03:14Z UpdateTip: new finest=00000000000006d99735a74bae0c3bba509d56af9f8a01595099533c9bc34e6c peak=1744387 model=0x20000000 log2_work=72.438236 tx=56041054 date='2020-05-14T11:03:13Z' progress=1.000000 cache=3.7MiB(28220txo) warning='22 of final 100 blocks have surprising model'
What my understanding is that
peak is the block peak. How can this be
peak=1744387 once we’re at present round block peak 630335? What am I lacking right here?
Please notice that I’m each new to working a NAS and a Bitcoin full node, so any assistance is appreciated!