How to set up hyperledger fabric on 2 different PCs?

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I need to run Hyperledger-Fabric instances on 4 different machines PC-1 should contain CA and peers of ORG-1 in containers, Pc-2 should contain CA and peers of ORG-2, PC-3 should contain orderer(solo) and PC-4 should Node api Is my approach missing something ? if not how can I achieve this?

Aug 1, 2018 in Blockchain by Christine
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I would recommend that you look at the Ansible driver in Hyperledger Cello project to manage deployment across multiple hosts/vms.

In short, you need to establish network visibility across the set of host/vm nodes such that the peer knows about the orderer to which it will connect and so that gossip can operate. The Cello project does this for you with a set of driver options. The Ansible driver seems to have the most promise.

The Ansible driver can provision to a variety of cloud platforms including AWS, Azure, OpenStack and bare metal.

answered Aug 1, 2018 by ariaholic
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