I am setting up two CentOS VMWare servers to use for my private multichain blockchain. However, after successfullly initializing the blockchain on Server2, I see the wallet address provided on the command prompt. For example:
# multichaind email@example.com:7419
MultiChain 1.0 Daemon (protocol 10008)
Retrieving blockchain parameters from the seed node 192.168.29.135:7419 ...
Blockchain successfully initialized.
Please ask blockchain admin or user having activate permission to let you connect and/or transact:
multichain-cli chain1 grant 18yV9rLuwHkN5UpZRnzpceoWxpVikBoMoADyvK connect
multichain-cli chain1 grant 18yV9rLuwHkN5UpZRnzpceoWxpVikBoMoADyvK connect,send,receive
But when I take the provided address, and try to grant it a connect parameter on Server1, I get this error:
[root@server1 chain1]# multichain-cli chain1 grant 18yV9rLuwHkN5UpZRnzpceoWxpVikBoMoADyvK connect
error code: -5
Invalid address: 18yV9rLuwHkN5UpZRnzpceoWxpVikBoMoADyv
I have tried getting and using new addresses from Server2, but they still provide the same error. I already opened up the port/protocol (e.g., 7419) in my firewall, so I don't know if this is some firewall/security issue -- or something within Multichain I am unaware of. Do I need to reset my chain?
Any help would be great. Thanks.