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p2p: support dns entrypoints #3156

dshulyak opened this issue Mar 29, 2022 · 0 comments

p2p: support dns entrypoints #3156

dshulyak opened this issue Mar 29, 2022 · 0 comments


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Libp2p accepts DNS entrypoint for the node. Example:


In the existing deployment scheme we create several nodes and then connect every other node to them. It makes deployment more complex, and more importantly, relies on IP addresses being the same all the time.

Instead, in the new deployment scheme, we will generate entrypoints in advance and share them for every node in the cluster.

@abergasov abergasov mentioned this issue Apr 18, 2022
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## Motivation
Now for bootnodes can be used links with dns addresses.
DNS resolve address on connect
Closes #3156

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- [x] This PR does not require configuration changes (e.g., environment variables, GitHub secrets, VM resources)
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- [x] This PR does not make changes to log messages (which monitoring infrastructure may rely on)

Co-authored-by: Eugene Toropov <>
@dshulyak dshulyak closed this as completed May 4, 2022
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