Some noob setup questions. TIA for assistance.
I want to set up four separate IPFS nodes on my home network and expose them all to public IPFS peers.
So I’m using my ISP’s router and sitting behind a NAT. I successfully configured my first node using the port forwarding instructions here https://docs.ipfs.io/how-to/nat-configuration/#port-forwarding
So now port 4001 is exposed and serving CIDs. I’ve tested their retrieval via public gateways. Super.
Now, can I assign ports 4002, 4003, and 4004 (or other?) to the other three nodes (each with their own internal IP on my home network) or does IPFS only work with port 4001?
Also, I’ve got a basic home internet plan which means I have a dynamic IP for my router. I’m assuming that’s not an issue for IPFS because my peer broadcasts its IP (including when it’s changed) whenever it pings the network? Is that right? Or do I have to set up Dynamic DNS somehow to make sure these IPFS nodes stay accessible?