Recently we have been alerted to issues where wallets are not able to establish connections to the network and therefore unable to sync with the XFUEL network.
There are a few ways to solve this problem :
1. Using a peers.dat file:
Place the Peers.dat (Updated 30 April 2020) file in the same location as your wallet.dat
Depending on the OS you use, these are the locations to put it.
NOTE : On a mac the files can be hidden. Press Command + Shift + . to temporarily unhide the files
2. Adding the peers/nodes manualy true de wallet debug console:
Open the wallet and go to "Help" > "Debug Console" > tab "Console"
Type "getpeerinfo" to see if following addresses are in the list :
addnode 188.8.131.52:4433 add
addnode 184.108.40.206:4433 add
addnode 220.127.116.11:48398 add
addnode 18.104.22.168:4433 add
addnode 22.214.171.124:4433 add
addnode 126.96.36.199:46518 add
addnode 188.8.131.52:58951 add
addnode 184.108.40.206:52730 add
addnode 220.127.116.11:2542 add
addnode 18.104.22.168:41468 add
If not, copy/paste each line, one by one, into the debug console.
Close the debug console and give it a few minutes to initialize the nodes. If syncing does not start you might have to restart your wallet.
I've done all of this and its still not working:
If this fails to resolve the issue then its likely some local software (Antivirus/Firewall) is causing connection issues. Please add the wallet software to the list of exceptions on the AV/Firewall.