Wait, apparently I can't even "netcat -l 5000" and "telnet localhost 5000" in
the same debian vm? Even if I clear the iptables and set the default policies
to accept? Clearly I don't understand Qubes networking.
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On Thursday, June 10th, 2021 at 12:56 AM, keyandthegate
> I tried in a fresh vm:
> user@my-new-qube:~$ qvm-connect-tcp 8332:bitcoind:8332
> Binding TCP 'bitcoind:8332' to 'localhost:8332'...
> user@my-new-qube:~$ telnet localhost 8332
> Trying ::1...
> Trying 127.0.0.1...
> Connected to localhost.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> Request refused
> 2021/06/09 17:50:53 socat E waitpid(): child 993 exited with status 126
> Connection closed by foreign host.
> How would bitcoin core even know that I'm connecting from a different VM, if
> it should also be as if from localhost?
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> On Thursday, June 10th, 2021 at 12:09 AM, keyandthegate
>> Hi, I'm following the instructions here:
>> After I run "qvm-connect-tcp 8332:bitcoind:8332" in the joinmarket vm
>> "telnet localhost 8332" works from bitcoind vm, but does not work from the
>> joinmarket vm, where it says "Connection closed by foreign host."
>> I tried adding this to my bitcoin config:
>> and then running "sudo systemctl restart bitcoind"
>> after reading:
>> but it didn't help
>> Is there anywhere I can find a working example of using qvm-connect-tcp to
>> connect to bitcoin core RPC server from another vm?
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