So I can run multiple CPU nodes on one public IP (as i wrote in the topic title).
So why did you write: “You need multiple IPs, else you will get blacklisted in the network for having similar IPs for multiple nodes.”?
Also the choice of word “similar” is misleading. Did you mean “identical”? I dont think “similar” IPs will be a problem ever. 184.108.40.206 is similar to 220.127.116.11 but it is different…
Also “That is correct. They don’t need to be.” is misleading. Why do you talk about private IPs if that does not matter for the network? Network sees only public IPs.
You wrote: “Zilliqa CPU nodes requires you to have different IPs for each node. You will get blacklisted if you use the same IP and different ports here.” But there is no way for the network to know if i run 2 CPU nodes on 1 private IP behind NAT or on 2 different private IPs behind NAT.