Node UI management

Control your node through the built-in Node UI

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Written by Andzej Korkuz
Updated over a week ago

If you are a node runner, you already know about our built-in Node UI which allows you to adjust your node’s settings, manage services & settlement details, and view real-time session metrics as well as performance. If you are not a node runner and would like to earn some passive income on the side, please check out for easy onboarding steps.

Now we have come to you with a brand new NodeUI 2.0 dashboard and a bunch of cool features!

Choose your traffic

From now on you will be able to select which of the 3 different types of services you would like to run through your node.

1. You can select Public, making your node open to the whole network

2. You can enable B2B VPN and data transfer which will run streaming and data transfer traffic from B2B clients through your node

3. You can enable B2B Data Scraping, allowing only this kind of traffic through your node. Read more about B2B Data Scraping service

One thing to note: if you want only whitelisted traffic to go through your node, you will need to switch off the "public" option, and choose either "B2B VPN and data transfer" or "B2B Data Scraping" options. Whitelisting is replaced by these two new pricing services.

If you would like to maximize your earnings, we recommend enabling all three types of traffic at the same time. The most convenient way for you to easily enable all services (or disable them when you want) is from the service traffic page.

View your sessions in detail

One of the coolest new features we added is to view detailed session histories. Whenever there is an ongoing live session, it will appear at the bottom of the dashboard page. So you will always be notified when there are sessions in progress.

You can also filter sessions by time periods now! You can see which service were used, how much data was transferred and what your earnings from each individual session were.

Check out your earnings

Speaking of earnings, we have redone our earnings report page so you can see your earnings, sessions and data for different time periods. (Filtering for 24 hrs, 7 days, last 30 days etc.)

Set your limits

If for any reason you would like to set a bandwidth limit, you can do so under the settings page traffic tab.

Choose your avatar

We have also made a few fun changes. You are now able to pick one of 8 cute avatars we have designed for you to personalize your account.

Get notified

We will send you a notification whenever there is a new release and it's time to update.

Switch it up with dark mode

And last but not least the one feature to rule them all: THE DARK MODE. Lo and behold it has arrived. Node UI has two themes now, light mode and dark mode.

You have asked and we have delivered. This was one of the most requested features for the Node UI and we are so happy to announce it is finally ready for your enjoyment.

How to login

Finding the UI when node is in a local network:

  • If you're using a Macbook (OSX) or have Bonjour service installed on your OS, you can access it through http://raspberrypi.local:4449/ URL.

  • On Windows, you should see a device in My Computer through the window explorer.

  • Visiting your node's IP address under the port 4449 e.g.

  • If the node is running locally on your computer you can access it through http://localhost:4449

  • Go to, in your claimed node's dashboard, at the right top corner you'll find a "Node settings" button.

Finding the UI when node is in a data center:

  • You will have to configure your server's firewall to expose the 4449 TCP port then access the UI through http://public-ip:4449

    Node onboarding and service configuration

Our onboarding wizard will walk you through the steps to help you set up in no time. To start running services and become visible on the network, you must complete the onboarding process, register your identity on the blockchain, set up a wallet for your node as well as claim your node into

Reporting an issue

Occasionally you may need to send us your node logs for further investigation. Simply click on the "Bug" button at the bottom left sidebar, provide us with an email address (optional) and explain the issue. Once we receive your logs, we'll get in touch to help you resolve it.

Get help

Click on the "Chat" button at the bottom left sidebar to open Intercom chat window and get in touch with one of our support team agents.

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