Connect to NIS on EC2 from remote

#1

I’m running a NIS server on EC2 instance, the server is fully synchronized and work properly
I can curl to NIS server by using its private ip from other server (on the same EC2 group), but i cannot curl from remote (my personal computer) using public ip, the connection is always refused.
I tried ping from my pc to EC2 public ip and it worked, but when i curl to EC2 public IP on port 7890, it refused my connection
I opened port 7890 on EC2 instance with ufw, i also configured openning port at EC2 dashboard, but no luck
My node also not displayed at NEM testnet node list :frowning:
Sorry for my bad english !
Please help!

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#2

Port 7890 (for API) and 7778 (for websockets) should be open.
I didn’t use EC2 but it should be somewhere possible in configuration.

#3

thank pawelm,
after a lot of try, i totally rebuild server :smile:
now i’m going to list FMT (a NEM mosaic) on my exchange, can you give me some guide, installation step or any preparation for listing NEM mosaic on an exchange?

#4

You can look at this tutorial:

#5

i’ve read api document at https://nemproject.github.io/
but this document is lack of historical query guide such as transaction lookup, address transactions history…
do you know where i can find full document?