Thank you for repplying, in advance.
Since I’ve installed Bisq on my Windows 7 computer and Linux Mint, I’ve bearly got any Inbound Connection. It usually only connects for less than 1-2% of the time that the software is running, even though I’ve let it running for hours straight. Most times, it doesn’t even connect. And I don’t feel that it’s safe for me to negotiate like this.
I’ve tried to solve this issue as discribed in the items below on Windows 7, sometimes more than once. I’ve:
- re-installed Bisq;
- deleted Tor folder for a new one to be created;
- turned on and off Tor for Bitcoin network;
- turned on and off the firewall;
- included Bisq’s open doors as shown on Setup/Network Information on Bisq’s tab into my firewall;
- re-synced SPV;
- used VPN;
- turned on and off AVG anti-virus;
- turned on and off my internet connection, tried 2.4 and 5.1 GHz and tested it with SpeedTest;
- installed Bisq on another computer with Windows 7 using the same local network with the same result;
- installed Bisq on a VMware Workstation 15 Player virtual machine with Windows 10.
On Linux Mint, I’ve:
- installed and re-installed Bisq on three Linux Mint installations on two computers with the same result;
- installed Bisq on a VMware Workstation 15 Player virtual machine with Linux Mint.
In the case of Linux Mint Installation, the Bitcoin Mainnet update has been super fast compared to that of Windows’ incredibly sloooooow update. And, sometimes, the Inbound Connections are a bit easier at first, but after the first or second time that I run Bisq it falls to the same issue as described above.
Can anyone help me with it, please? I really don’t know what else to do and I’m about to give up.