have read all possible examples on the internet but still cannot connect to btc node from Java.
I'm using btcd-cli4j but have tried all other rpc libs as well, result is the same. This is the command:
BtcdClient client = new VerboseBtcdClientImpl(httpProvider, "127.0.0.1", 8332, "foo", "bar");
This is the docker image:
version: '3.3' services: bitcoind: image: seegno/bitcoind:latest command: -printtoconsole -regtest=1 -rest -rpcallowip=172.18.0.2 -rpcuser=foo -rpcpassword=bar -rpcport=8332 -server -logips -debug=rpc ports: - 8332:8332
Have tried couple of different docker images as well. Always the same: Exception in thread "main"
HttpLayerException(super=CommunicationException (super=com.neemre.btcdcli4j.core.http.HttpLayerException: Error #1003001: The server responded with a non-OK (4xx) HTTP status code. Status line: HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden, code=1003001))
My suspicion was around rpcallowip but don't know how to set correctly. This one is set by going into the docker container and executing hostanme -i to see the ip address. Setting that one in config and restarting the container.