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I am running Geth Ethereum node on Linux. This is the command I used to start the node, and the synchronization is finished.

nohup geth --http --http.api personal,eth,net,web3,txpool \
     --ws --ws.api eth,net,web3,txpool \
     --ws.origins '*' \
     --maxpeers 10000 \
     --txpool.globalslots=250000 \
     --txpool.globalqueue=50000

After several hours later, I checked the trusted peers using geth attach, but there's nothing. To every thing's clear, I checked not trusted peers and there are so many! At that point, there is already over 500 peers.

I want to know

  1. Why this thing is happening
  2. What exactly trusted peers is
  3. How to increase trusted peers list.

I will be very thankful if someone helps me on this!

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As far as I know, the adding of new TrustedPeers is a manual process.

They are peers that are allowed to connect to you even if all your inbound connection slots are full.

Reference: https://geth.ethereum.org/docs/interacting-with-geth/rpc/ns-admin#admin-addtrustedpeer

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