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I am cloning bitcoin to create an original coin.
I have prepared a total of two Ubuntu systems, one local and one on AWS.
I want to set up nodes with these and connect them to each other, but it doesn't work.

#version:
bitcoin 0.20.1
VM1: ubuntu20.04
VM2: AWS/Ubuntu20.04

#Debug.log
2021-10-18T11:52:19Z net thread start
2021-10-18T11:52:30Z Loading addresses from DNS seed 52.40.22.215
2021-10-18T11:52:30Z Loading addresses from DNS seed 49.230.202.66
2021-10-18T11:52:30Z 0 addresses found from DNS seeds
2021-10-18T11:52:30Z dnsseed thread exit

#settings of my bitcoin.conf. I wrote the same settings for both VMs.
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=password
server=1
listen=1
addnode=52.40.22.215
addnode=49.230.202.66
addnode=udeep.net

I also tried this command on both VMs with each other.
bitcoin-cli addnode 52.40.22.21 onetry
. /bitcoin-cli addnode 49.230.202.6 onetry

1, Please lend me your wisdom on how to connect them.

2, bitcoin.conf settings and the addnode command, and bitcoind,
Is it all for the same purpose?

I mean for example, if I write addnode in the conf file, I don't need to type the same command from cli? If I write addnode in the conf file, do I not need to type the same command from the cli?

  1. I have successfully built a Windows wallet, but I cannot send or accept coin.

How do I set it up so that it automatically connects to the node when I start the Win Wallet?
I would like to set it up to automatically connect to a node when I start the Win Wallet so that we can send coin to each other.
How can I do this?

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