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An initial approach of a scalable multicast-based pure peer-to-peer system

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3 Author(s)
NgahLooi Eng ; Peer-to-Peer Comput. Group, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ; Ab Rahman, I. ; WaiYeng Suit

There are always big question marks when implementing the pure peer-to-peer architecture. Our research is a short-term initiative to investigate the evolution of future architecture for pure peer-to-peer. Our first implementation is an infrastructure that supports a large number of Internet users by implementing IP multicast technology into the pure peer-to-peer architecture. The prototype of our approach is known as Purep2p. We outline the actual implementation of Purep2p and discuss the proposed architecture with particular emphasis on IP multicast technology. Our design is independent of any central server and interoperable on any platform to communicate between each other

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Peer-to-Peer Computing, 2001. Proceedings. First International Conference on

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Aug 2001

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