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Wassabi modifications to bitcoin.conf makes port 8333 unreachable

I've been trying to track down why my bitcoin node can't be reached through port 8333, even though I have correct port forwarding rules set up on my router, and have allowed traffic on 8333 on my firewall. I checked bitcoin.conf, and noticed a section at the bottom modified by Wasabi:
main.listen = 1
main.whitebind = 127.0.0.1:8333
main.rpcbind = 127.0.0.1
main.rpcallowip = 127.0.0.1
main.rpcport = 8332
I can't remember making these changes, but I suppose it's possible. Would these bitcoin.conf changes have been made Wasabi? There was a comment at the bottom of bitcoin.conf saying these changes were made through wassabee. At any rate, commenting them out restored normal bitcoin connectivity. My port can be seen as open at canyouseeme.org.
What are the implications to Wasabi of leaving these lines commented out?
Edit: spelling
Edit 2: Clarification
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How to run a bitcoin full node alongside ProtonVPN and still accept inbound connections to port 8333 using split-tunneling

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AT&T has effectively banned Bitcoin nodes by closing port 8333 via a hidden firewall in the cable box

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Running a Bitcoin Full Node & opening port 8333

Needing help Running a Bitcoin Full Node.
I have a Netgear N750 (WNDR4000) and I have opened a port forwarding yet I cannot get past 8 connections to BTC network. I do have a VPN, which I have shut down which has not helped. I have Mcaffee firewall but have made sure it is allowing this port 8333. Windows 10 defender is not on. Any ideas why I cannot get past this?
Here are two pics, one showing settings of firewall, and one showing port settings of router.
I can post any other pics if needed.
https://imgur.com/1j9lOfj
https://imgur.com/vAtkXEm
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AT&T has started blocking specific ports for residential services (In this case, Bitcoin's port 8333)

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AT&T has effectively banned Bitcoin nodes by closing port 8333 via a hidden firewall in the cable box

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PSA: If you are running Bitcoin Core and you are not forwarding port 8333 (peering only 8 connections) then younare not running a full node.

To quote Gavin Andresen:
Most ordinary folks should NOT be running a full node. We need full nodes that are always on, have more than 8 connections (if you have only 8 then you are part of the problem, not part of the solution), and have a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet.
So: if you've got an extra virtual machine with enough memory in a data center, then yes, please, run a full node.
Edit: according to nullc and pwuille, by running Bitcoin Core (or XT) you help reinforce the rules of the network by verifying transactions even if you do not help network propagation as you would if you opened the ports. So you do add value to the network (and specifically yourself because trustless). Also, it is probably poor advice to abdicate control of your node to a data center.
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Progress report; got my full node up and running, forwarded port 8333, using it to verify my transactions on BRD. /r/Bitcoin

Progress report; got my full node up and running, forwarded port 8333, using it to verify my transactions on BRD. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I made a site that instructs Bitcoin Core users to forward port 8333 to their machines.

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I found port 8333 open on one of my company PC , does that mean that user using the company network for bitcoin mining ??

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Issues opening port 8333 on Tomato Shibby Firmware for a Bitcoin Core Full node

Hello.. Can someone help me configuring it? Thanks... I want to add a UASF node.. but trying to open port 8333 on my pc with bitcoin core i have at max 10 connections...
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Can't Forward Port 8333 after router firmware upgrade /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin Node Port 8333 Open, But No Incoming Connections!

I recently started a bitcoin node to support the network. I opened the port 8333 on my router and have set my firewall to accept incoming connections from my bitcoin client, but It still doesn't show any incoming connections. I even visited the bitcode page to check my node status and it states that it is inaccessible. Please help!
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AT&T has effectively banned Bitcoin nodes by closing port 8333 via a hidden firewall in the cable box

AT&T has effectively banned Bitcoin nodes by closing port 8333 via a hidden firewall in the cable box submitted by BitcoinNewsie to bitcoinxt [link] [comments]

Are there any other applications/protocols besides bitcoin and some cryptos that require opening port 8333?

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Security risks involved using Bitcoin Core Wallet as your main wallet + port 8333 open.

Hey guys,
I've been using Bitcoin Core Wallet on a clean windows 10 machine as my main bitcoin wallet. I don't want this thread to be about what wallet is safest, as I know there are better options than the Bitcoin Core Wallet.
I recently opened port 8333 and verified the machine as an operational full node to help the network.
My question is simply, did opening port 8333 add any additional risks to my bitcoin's security than a normal Bitcoin Core Wallet has without port 8333 being opened?
Thanks guys!
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AT&T has effectively banned Bitcoin nodes by closing port 8333 via a hidden firewall in the cable box

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Help port forwarding 8333 for my full node /r/Bitcoin

Help port forwarding 8333 for my full node /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Are there any other applications/protocols besides bitcoin and some cryptos that utilize opening port 8333? /r/Bitcoin

Are there any other applications/protocols besides bitcoin and some cryptos that utilize opening port 8333? /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

"Honey, is your port open?" Bitcoin and Port 8333

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Why does Bitcoin use Port 8333 and not Port 443 ?

What happens when major state actors and or ISP start blocking Port 8333 ?
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Wie installiere ich einen Bitcoin Full Node? - Tutorial Come velocizzare sincronizzazione portafoglio Bitcoin Core - Guida Definitiva Port Forwarding / Router Configuration for Lighnting Network Node - BITCOIN WALLET -RECOVERING A BITCOIN WALLET Litecoin (LTC): Could the Bottom be in?

How to trigger port for Bitcoin client (e.g. 8333) 6. Allowing Incoming Connection on Bitcoin Core. 2. Running full node on OSX, how to tell if its working correctly? 2. What is the NAT traversal technique used by bitcoin. 1. Should port forwarding for running bitcoin be done also on the ISP's router? 1. Both the external port and the internal port should be 8333 for Bitcoin. (You may also want to map port 18333 for Bitcoin’s testnet, although this guide does not cover using testnet.) Make sure the IP address you enter is the same one you configured in the previous subsection. After filling in the details for the mapping, save the entry. Port 8333 is the port that other bitcoin nodes use to connect to your node. For information about why you need port 8333 open, please see this reddit discussion. For information about bitcoin nodes in general, please see this Coindesk article. If I go to the Applications & Gaming tab, and to the page for Single Port Forwarding, I see these fields: Application Name - I put Bitcoin. External Port - I set for 8333? Internal Port - I set for 8333? Protocol - I set for TCP? To IP Port - it shows 192.168.1.X, where the X is changeable, but showing 0 by default. You are conflating the two ports that Bitcoin Core opens and uses. There is the Bitcoin network port. That is port 8333 by default. You DO NOT want to try to connect to that as it is used for the connection to other nodes on the network. The port that you do care about is the rpcport. That is port 8332 by default.

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Wie installiere ich einen Bitcoin Full Node? - Tutorial

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