generally speaking the answer is no: you should generate every public address to check it's balance and the possible addresses are too many to be checked all.
in your case, if you remember the wallets where you imported the keys, you can only check the derivation paths used by them.
even the addresses that can be generated from the first branch of the ...
the chance is very low. unless you have clues. brute force is not a way to get back your password. the time cost is very high. if you have many btc in the wallet. then you can try it. but the chance is too low.
It seems that I needed to activate Bloom filters in my bitcoin.conf file, as it looks like this is necessary for many SPV wallets.
Also some things that other users may need to do is to forward ports (8333 for mainnet, 18333 for testnet), and if you have the typical router setup at home, make sure that you are not within CGNAT (you can check this with your ...
I was able to connect one of my node with other (both v0.21.0)
I copied the IP address from local address returned in getnetworkinfo
Used it in bitcoin.conf of other node in below format: