Comment se connecter à un nœud distant avec le portefeuille GUI

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Check if your wallet is in advanced mode

To use a custom remote node, your wallet must be in advanced mode. Simple mode and Simple mode (bootstrap) don't support this feature.

To check if your wallet is in advanced mode, go to Settings > Info and see Wallet mode.

If your wallet is not in Advanced mode, you will have to change it to Advanced mode (see next step).

If your wallet is already in Advanced mode, you can skip the next step.


Change your wallet to advanced mode

If your wallet is open, you need to close it first. Go to Settings > Wallet > Close this wallet


The main menu (Welcome to Monero screen) will open. At the bottom left, click on Change wallet mode button, and on the next page select Advanced mode. Next, open your wallet file again.

Change Wallet


Finding a public remote node

First, you will need to find a public remote node to connect to. The website has some great resources about remote nodes, and the website has a list of functioning remote nodes.

Configuring your wallet to connect to a custom public remote node

When opening your wallet, a pop up will appear with the option Use custom settings. Click on it, and you will be sent to Settings > Node page.

If you don't see this pop up, go to Settings > Node page.

Configure Remote

On this page select Remote Node.

In Address you should fill the address of the remote node that you want to connect to. This address might look like or it could look like any IP address.

In Port you should fill the port of the remote node. If a remote node is listed as, the address is and the port is 18089. The default port is 18081, but it can vary depending on the node you are connecting to.

If your remote node requires authentication, you can enter a username in Daemon username and a password in Daemon password.

Finally, click on Connect button and wait for your wallet to connect.

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