Node Checker
SUI Node Checker


Node Health

  1. Insert the IP or DNS on the SUI node that you want to check.
  2. In most cases, the port is 9000, to know your port check FAQs.
  3. Select the Network on which your node is running.
  4. Click the Check button to verify your node and wait for a few seconds.
  5. If your node has required RPC port open to public, you would see the Node RPC as connected.
  6. You can also compare your node’s sui-node version to the version of the checker node.
  7. Sync Status shows how much your node is synced, and you can also see the node tip.
  8. Average Sync Speed shows the transactions synced by your node per second. This metric can be ignored as it’s not useful for already synced nodes. Its useful if you have just booted up a new node and want to do a quick check on sync speed. Use Scale3 Autopilot for accurate measurements and analysis on your node metrics.

Node Checker Results


  • Make sure you have an SUI node running on the server or container.
  • RPC port(generally its 9000) should be open for the checker to query your SUI node.