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Addnode vs Connect

Addnode vs Connect
Hello everyone, i would like to share the differences between two commands (Addnode vs connect) which are used to find connections.
Addnode:
Let's you establish a connection to a particular node as well as let other nodes connected to it know you exist.
Connect:
Using this will only let you connect to that specific node and nothing else.

Recommended command if you're behind a firewall or have trouble finding connections. is addnode=xx.xx.xx.xx
x is the address of the node.Enter these node in the x42.conf file.
Popular nodes for x42
addnode=52.211.235.48:52342
addnode=18.179.72.204:52342
addnode=63.32.82.169:52342
addnode=34.255.35.42:52342
Source : https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/masteshare/examples/bitcoin.conf
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