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I have a problem of parity syncing and some one suggest me to use an enode as follows :

enode://147573f46fe9f5cc38fbe070089a31390baec5dd2827c8f2ef168833e4d0254fbee3969a02c5b9910ea5d5b23d86a6ed5eabcda17cc12007b7d9178b6c697aa5@37.120.168.56:30303 

The question is how to use this node ? I work with Ubuntu. Is there any specific command for this ?

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In Parity UI, in the Node health Dapp (Home>Node health) you can click on the cogwheel and add any enode to your peers. parity add enode peer

In the command line, you could use the flag --reserved-peers --reserved-peers=[FILE] Provide a file containing enodes, one per line. These nodes will always have a reserved slot on top of the normal maximum peers.

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