John L. Miller's Blog: Networking and more

John L. Miller's weblog covering his work, research, and programming-related interests

October, 2006

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About John L. Miller's web log

I'm a software architect with Microsoft Research in Cambridge, working on a small incubation team.

This blog discusses topics related to my work (such as writing network services, image processing applications, and games), as well as my research in computer gaming and distributed virtual environments.

For more information about me, please visit

  • John L. Miller's Blog: Networking and more

    NAT Traversal

    Over the years I've done a lot of work on P2P protocols. One challenge which consistently arises is devising a good P2P NAT traversal strategy, i.e. one which doesn't require all data between clients be relayed through a server. Common wisdom divides...
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