A bundle to easily run an Interledger connector
All the components necessary to operate an ilp-connector in a single process:
Significantly reduces configuration necessary to run the connector by providing sensible defaults for plugins and most connector options. Configuration for all components are specified in one JSON file.
npm install -g easy-connector-bundle
ecb configure --testnet
ilp-plugin-xrp-asym-serverand saves to config:
ecb addAccount -n xrpPeer
Note: in the server/client prompt, the choice represents your role in the relationship (e.g. choosing
server means you are the server).
If you chose
server, give your peer the URL returned in the logs of the format
btp+ws://<hostname>:<port>. If you have HTTPS set up on your machine, replace
btp+wss in the URL. Where
hostname is your host/domain name.
Now we can test if we can send packets to our peer. If you set this up on a remote machine, port-forward port
7770 to your local machine, then go to
localhost:7770 to access your connector's MoneyD-GUI. Here you should be able to go to the 'ping' tab, and input your peer's ILP address. If the ping succeeds, you are successfully peered!
ilp-plugin-xrp-hybridfor on-ledger w/o payment channels settlement