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  2. BE-829

when multiple nodes share same IP address, explorer will show all nodes as one

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    • Status: Complete
    • High
    • Resolution: Done
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      When multiple nodes share same IP address using different ports like many dev setups will normally be, explorer will some how combine all the nodes as just one node. For example, explorer discovered all the peer like the following:

       

      ```

      Discovered org1-example-com [

      { mspid: 'org1-example-com', endpoint: '192.168.56.32:7005', name: '192.168.56.32:7005', ledgerHeight: Long \{ low: 7, high: 0, unsigned: true }

      ,
      chaincodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },

      { mspid: 'org1-example-com', endpoint: '192.168.56.32:7004', name: '192.168.56.32:7004', ledgerHeight: Long \{ low: 7, high: 0, unsigned: true }

      ,
      chaincodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] } ]
      [2020-09-16T18:32:19.202] [INFO] FabricClient - Discovered org0-example-com [

      { mspid: 'org0-example-com', endpoint: '192.168.56.32:7002', name: '192.168.56.32:7002', ledgerHeight: Long \{ low: 7, high: 0, unsigned: true }

      ,
      chaincodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },

      { mspid: 'org0-example-com', endpoint: '192.168.56.32:7003', name: '192.168.56.32:7003', ledgerHeight: Long \{ low: 7, high: 0, unsigned: true }

      ,
      chaincodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] } ]```

       

      However, the dashboard wont show all the 4 nodes, will only show one node with IP address 192.168.56.32.

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            nekia Atsushi Katada
            tongliofcary Tong Li
            Atsushi Katada, Tong Li
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