Ports must be exposed appropriately to enable communication. An example port configuration for a Pantheon node on AWS is:
Pantheon supports UPnP for home or small office environments where a wireless router or modem provides NAT isolation.
To enable peer discovery, the P2P UDP port must be open for inbound connections.
We also recommended opening the P2P TCP port for inbound connections. This is not strictly required because Pantheon attempts to initiate outbound TCP connections. However, if no nodes on the network are accepting inbound TCP connections, nodes cannot communicate.
The P2P port is specified by the
The default is
To enable access to the JSON-RPC API, open the HTTP JSON-RPC and WebSockets JSON-RPC ports to the intended users of the JSON-RPC API on TCP.
To enable Prometheus to access Pantheon, open the metrics port or metrics push port to Prometheus or the Prometheus push gateway on TCP.