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  • Fast File Sharing

    Ok heres what i got..I have a vpn and an ftp server. the primary use of my vpn and my ftp server is syncronization of large "documents". I need a way that we can quickly transfer the files, search for documents based on name(before synchronization), have auto sync when applicable. i tried office...

    clpetty20 pointsBadges:
  • How to block P2P applications in PIX 525 firewall

    I need to know how to block p2p applications using a pix firewall 525

    Yasir Irfan5,550 pointsBadges:
  • I can’t download torrents with my camps proxy

    Hello I'm having a problem with the torrents I can't download them, I believe it's because of the college's proxy, maybe they are blocking p2p connection? I just want to know if there's a solution for this problem I heard some of the students did it and here's some Info about the case: the proxy...

    alzenati5 pointsBadges:
  • Can a P2P supernode be a server (not a client acting as a server)?

    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...

    TechKnowMore5 pointsBadges:
  • configure-cisco-2811-for-ethernet-p2p

    Hello, I have to configure a Cisco 2811 router that have 2 Fast Ethernet interface, in order to have a p2p connection with my ISP. The FastEthernt /0 will be used for the p2p connection with the ISP, the FastEthernet /1 will be used to route my pubblic IP. In order to make the connection the ISP...

    Rocconeri5 pointsBadges:
  • Private LAN Server on

    Since our college blocks access to p2p file sharing services (torrents, limewire, etc) the people on my floor in the dorms want to set up a server so we can share all of our media with each other. We came up with the idea of getting a server and just loading all of our music/video/etc files on to...

    Whs5 pointsBadges:
  • p2p network

    In unstructured peer to peer network, is it possible to have more than one connections for each node? 

    Node5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP Peer to Peer networked printer troubleshooting

    The HP 1505n network printer was installed as a Network printer was successfully completed. Run a test print but did not print. The document failed to print. I have a Windows Peer to Peer network linking 6 computers. The printer is installed on one local PC with the USB cable share the resources...

    Sdr5 pointsBadges:
  • torrent Block

    how i block torrents and p2p in ISA 2006 by a firewall rule or ony other mathod applying only at server end.

    Qureshtal10 pointsBadges:
  • P2P SIP

    hi. I SIP implemented in Peer to Peer under I wanted to use windows(visual C++).Under its Linux site in the existing www.p2psip.org but i need something like that but under use windows.please you guide me to hurry. by.

    Zahrad845 pointsBadges:
  • how to access the p2p networks in a simple client

    can p2p network (emule bit torrent or kad network) can be queried with a native client as telnet ? if so, where can this query syntax are documented ? (white paper or an ISO ref. documents)

    Elad Karako255 pointsBadges:
  • network topology choice

    which network topology works better for a peer to peer WAN?

    Phelpsie5 pointsBadges:
  • How to remove peer to peer connection from the network!!!!

    Hi All, Firstly i wish all the members a Happy New Year...... I am new to this forum please excuse me in case of any misapprehension. Ok now the issue... i am currently working as sys.admin in an IT company.. i kept picking up this oddly named peer to peer network (adhoc connection) when i browse...

    Ssachin015 pointsBadges:
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