Setting up a node

Hi, I am trying to set up a personal node, but I am encountering a problem. The node is running on my desktop computer (Arch Linux, x86) and has the following /etc/monerod.conf configuration: “` data-dir=/home/monero/.bitmonero log-file=/var/log/monero/monero.log max-log-file-size=0 log-level=0

rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0 # Bind to all interfaces rpc-bind-port=18081 # Bind on default port confirm-external-bind=1 # Open node (confirm) no-igd=1 # Disable UPnP port mapping no-zmq=1 # Disable unfinished zmq rpc-login=user:pass # Set user and pass for remote login rpc-ssl-private-key=/home/monero/.bitmonero/ssl/node.priv rpc-ssl-certificate=/home/monero/.bitmonero/ssl/node.cert

Slow but reliable db writes

db-sync-mode=safe

enforce-dns-checkpointing=1 enable-dns-blocklist=1

out-peers=64 # This will enable much faster sync and tx awareness; the default 8 is suboptimal nowadays in-peers=1024 # The default is unlimited; we prefer to put a cap on this

limit-rate-up=1048576 # 1048576 kB/s == 1GB/s; a raise from default 2048 kB/s; contribute more to p2p network limit-rate-down=1048576 # 1048576 kB/s == 1GB/s; a raise from default 8192 kB/s; allow for faster initial sync This syncs correctly to the mainnet, and if i run the CLI wallet locally, it works. However, when I try running the same CLI wallet from my laptop (Arch Linux, x86), issuing the command:monero-wallet-cli –wallet-file ~/.bitmonero/wallets/my_wallet.keys –daemon-host 192.168.1.38 –daemon-port 18081 –daemon-login user:pass –trusted-daemon“`, it gets stuck on "Starting refresh" until it eventually gives up.
What can the problem be? I can use the CLI wallet from my laptop with a public internet node just fine. My desktop computer has no firewall enabled.

submitted by /u/Max-Normal-88
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