I am running js-ipfs in two peers: one runs the Node.js version and the other the browser version.
The Node.js version is installed by
npm install -g ipfs. I added the following to
Then I started it with
jsipfs daemon, which shows addresses that include this one:
The browser version is using the example exchange-files-in-browser whose
public/js/app.js includes the WebRTC multiaddress above. When it’s started it shows its id as
Now I can do the following to let the Node.js peer connect to the browser peer:
jsipfs id QmSAt1pnh4BajEXDUMWnkEWQDo4g5HPfP8jwnC5fMcnTUj
I can see the browser peer’s id info.
But then if I add the Node.js peer’s address to the browser peer, I get this error:
Error: Could not dial in any of the transports or relays at dialCircuit (http://127.0.0.1:12345/js/bundle.js:59677:25) at dialCircuit (http://127.0.0.1:12345/js/bundle.js:59719:16) at nextTransport (http://127.0.0.1:12345/js/bundle.js:59675:18) at swarm.transport.dial (http://127.0.0.1:12345/js/bundle.js:59687:20) ...
Any pointers to how to connect the browser peer to the Node.js peer?
Thanks a lot!