@Jared Appreciate the info. I setup a server with multiple IPs, but how did you separate the nodes on one server and have each IP segmented?
You only need 1 IP address. You’re not required to have a separate IP address for each node. Just a separate port #.
There’s a community member who wrote an excellent script for setting up more than 1 docker instance per vNode. The app is not allowing me to copy the link. I’ll do it via desktop when I have a chance.
Thank you very much for this! Appreciate your help!
No problem. Just trying to be a good neighbor
Here’s the link to the multi vnode script if you still need it.