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A simple, universal and scalable approach to migrate applications to hybrid network using ALG

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This paper presents a universal approach using application layer gateway (ALG) mechanism to enable applications supporting both IPv4 and IPv6 network, which is simple and easy to implement as compared to solutions on networking layer. Maze is a P2P file sharing system, which is developed, deployed and operated by our academic research team. Using this approach, we improved Maze system to a new version which is called next generation Maze (ngMaze) to support the hybrid network environment. In this paper, first we present the detail design and implementation of ngMaze system architecture. Then, we evaluate our method and give some conclusions. In the final, we give an advanced approach and describe our future work

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2006 Fifth International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing Workshops

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Oct. 2006