Can a P2P supernode be a server (not a client acting as a server)?

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P2P
Video conferencing
Hi, Is it possible to have a structured P2P network with a peer that is a real server? If so can this "peer" simultaneously multicast and unicast its video content to the rest of the peers? In such a model can a root peer manage churn and also manage the mixing of video data streams? The context for this technology is immersive P2P video conferencing. I would also appreciate any recommendations concerning literature on this topic. Is there a live tutoring service for advanced technical questions? My job requires elements of research and I have very little turn around time. I am willing to pay a monthly fee. I have seen tutoring sites that charge from $10 to $130.00 per month. I am looking for short turn around time less than 2 hours for each question. I am also seeking live chat like support. If anyone has a site they can recommend I would appreciate it. LEC

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P2P, immersive video conferencing

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