Lnd.conf tweaks for better RTL integrationSee original GitHub issue
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- feature request
The ‘lnd.conf’ which is generated by node launcher, causes integration failures for the REST APIs.
the following parameter values in the lnd.conf should address the problem:
- Created 4 years ago
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Tested with these settings. This works and exposes the ports much less. Thanks, as always @JeffVandrewJr 😃
Although this setting will only work if RTL and LND are running on the same machine, which should be the most common use case.
@saubyk @PierreRochard Listening on
0.0.0.0 could at least potentially be a problem if a user has no firewall. We use
0.0.0.0 for listening with BTCPay, but that’s because Docker container ports aren’t accessible outside of the Docker
bridge networks unless the container specifically exposes them. On a local machine, OTOH, it’s a totally different security issue.
For local machine Node Launcher installs, couldn’t this be used instead?
The above should expose all the ports to RTL assuming RTL resides on the machine as lnd, but without listening for outside connections to the REST API. Alternatively instead of
tlsextraip=127.0.0.1 above, if you’re only listening on
127.0.0.1 you could instead use