Step 1. Add an RPC Provider
For QuickNode users, the system automatically creates a Default Listener rule, Target Group and Application with API key for access for the Blockchain Network when your account is provisioned with and endpoint.
When you add an RPC provider, we create default a default Listener Rule and Target Group. This process begins when you add one or more RPC providers to your account yourself. This gets you ready to go in just one step.
Step 2. Target Group and Listener Rule Setup
When you add an RPC provider, our system generates a target group and listener rule specific to the Blockchain and Network serviced by that provider.
You have the option to add additional providers to this Target Group or create your custom target groups as needed. You may also create custom listener rules that filter by RPC Method, Source IP or HTTP headers.
Step 3. Create an Application
After adding an RPC provider, the next step is to create an application that corresponds to the Blockchain and Network you're interested in. This action generates a unique API key and Endpoint for use in your application. You can easily access this key in the dashboard.
Step 4. Update your Application Endpoint
Simply copy & paste the HTTPS endpoint into your application and your done. The RPC endpoint is a direct replace of your existing endpoint. No additional configuration is needed.
By following these steps, you'll be well on your way to utilizing the RPC load balancer, ensuring smooth and dependable communication with your chosen RPC providers and any custom providers you choose to add.