Howdy Security minded people!!! Iwas wondering , How much Peer -to
-peer file sharing can you NOT do with a GOOD firewall like ZONE alarm,
TpF , and SYgate.????????? Does not a firewall BLOCK OFF the PORT 139
NETBIOS feature that is SO intrinsic to FILESHARING ?? ,ala GNUTELLA
, GROKSTER ,IMESH ,KAZZA ?????????????
> Howdy Security minded people!!! Iwas wondering , How much Peer
> -to -peer file sharing can you NOT do with a GOOD firewall like ZONE
> alarm, TpF , and SYgate.????????? Does not a firewall BLOCK OFF the
> PORT 139 NETBIOS feat...peer to peer
I don't have to reset my home peer to peer often so I have totally forgotten
how to do it.
I am running win98se with all the updates, thin Ethernet cable Ethernet
cards in each machine. The computer tells me that the ports, irq, and mem
address match between hardware and software, the workgroup names are the
same. I can see the one computer name in nhood on each machine but not both
names on each machine. I uninstalled ZAF and moved the IE6.0 beta INTRANET
security to low. This was working yesterday I installed a new copy of
Win98se on my wife's machine which hadn...Peer to Peer
I am studying a new Peer2Peer project and I have some concerns that speed limit
cannot be done. I mean. The software can show the download (or upload) is using n% (
n<30) of your bandwidth but in fact it's using all of it. If I get the project, I
will use Delphi + Indy. But first I would like to know from you if you can control
your bandwidth through a software?
You generally cant control the peak bandwidth use (unless you have the
intention to hack the network card in use).
You can however control the bandwidth use over time. You do th...Peer to peer connection
I'm trying to make a program to transfer files between my pc and another
that is behind a router. My side will act as master and the other just as a
slave, serving what master asks without user interference.
I know that the easiest way is to run a idTCPserver at the slave side and a
idTCPclient at master's side, but this needs to forward the used port at the
router. I want to keep out of this.
So I try the reverse way. A idTCPclient at slave side and idTCPserver at my
side as master (in my side I can forward ports).
Starting the slave it connects to master-server. Af...Peer to Peer Option
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Does anyone know how to setup the iFolder 3.2 peer to peer option? on the =
iFolder website (www.ifolder.com) it says it is contained in the source =
Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance.
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...Peer to peer with XP
I'm back to my never ending network server dilemma...
I last left off building a new server computer running W2Kpro and
Metadot portal intranet server. It has been working well but not in
active use, it's sitting on my bench running everything and backing
itself up every night. Problem with Metadot is a) I cannot get direct
file access to the HD. b) It's way more than we need.
We basically just want to have access to shared MS access, word and
excel docs on the server and be able to open them on any local PC. In
the Win9x days this is what worked, but since the addi...Peer to peer applications
Am facing a problem in developing peer to peer appln.
first of all a machine has two ips(one private visible in intranet like 192.168.0.121 and second public ip visible in internet 10.2.2.3).now i need to connect to a peer located at remote place with the same criteria(two ips).The problem is i cnt go through the public ip to internal ip.On reading some articles on net i came to know the technique used to connect through public ip to private ip is termed as "HOLE PUNCHING"/"PORT FORWARDING".can some one help me on this issue? r is there any alternative other than this.I have to do it progra...Peer 2 Peer
Hi, is there any quick guide about using P2P functionality in 3.8?, i've
been using unison between 2 hosts and worked well so far. Now I need to
sync 4 machines with the same data and I guess iFolder would do a better
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Having briefly read about the new Hamachi VPN system I am of the
understanding that to initially make the connection I have to log on
to the Hamaci server to get the IP addresses.
Would this not only be necessary for dynamic IP addresses.
Geoff Lane wrote:
> Having briefly read about the new Hamachi VPN system I am of the
> understanding that to initially make the connection I have to log on
> to the Hamaci server to get the IP addresses.
> Would this not only be necessary for dynamic IP addresses.
> Geoff Lane
I'm not sure...Peer to Peer Issues
I have a small network operating behind a NAT router, OSs consist of XP
home and Ubuntu Linux.
On my NAT router I have tended to block all ports outbound and open up
In the UK many TV networks operate a Peer to Peer system to allow
viewers to catch up on TV programs after the initial broadcast.
What are the main security issues with this, I understand P2P as
effectively allowing anyone access to my PC but assume this is Read Only
and only a specific directory.
To date I have tended to use the streaming service but quality is less
than obtaining the entire p...peer to peer programming
Does anyone know where I could find information about creating peer to peer
applications in perl?
(Like messengers that don't require a base server...)
If it is possible to do it in perl, please tell me where I can find more
about it if you know.
On Wed, 2008-08-13 at 20:45 +0300, Octavian Rasnita wrote:
> Does anyone know where I could find information about creating peer to peer
> applications in perl?
> (Like messengers that don't require a base server...)
> If it is possible to do it in perl, plea...Mapping Peer-to-Peer Networks
Peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing networks are perhaps the most innovative
new information space to emerge on the Internet in recent years. These
new networks have attracted many users and much press attention, along
with the ire of some powerful media corporations and trade organizations
who feel threatened by this alternative, bottom-up mode of information
distribution. Some commentators see P2P networks as offering a
significantly more 'democratic', perhaps even 'anarchic', information
topography and engendering new forms of online social structures
completel...Ajax for peer 2 peer
Ajax is being used on a large scale for web development these days. But can it be used for peer 2 peer platform such as file sharing application?
I listened with interest to the discussions on VPN.
I have a router that has a VPN server built in so haven't looked so
far elsewhere but listening to a problem a friend had with VPN I
pointed him to hamachi and it worked first go.
What I am wondering is, does it just join two computers and allow each
to view each other's shares, I'm assuming it doesn't extend to shares
within one of the computer's local LAN.