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  • Blog Post: Understanding PNRP Clouds

    In the next few days, I'd like to post portions of the debugging guide that we've been compiling. First, we need to explain PNRP clouds and cloud states and run through our powerful but cryptic netsh commands. We'll start with clouds. A PNRP cloud is a group of connected PNRP nodes. By connected,...
  • Blog Post: Teredo and the PNRP Global Cloud

    Most applications that use the Windows Peer-to-Peer applications require use the global cloud for most scenarios. However I have found that occasionally the global cloud is not present on some machines. Here is some troubleshooting tips you can perform to get the global cloud up and running. First...
  • Blog Post: Setting up a Private PNRP Global Cloud

    A PNRP cloud is a collection of computers participating in PNRP name lookups and registrations. PNRP uses two clouds – one for link local operations and the other for global communication through the internet. You can create a private global cloud by setting up a seed server. Private global clouds...
  • Blog Post: Writing Peer-to-Peer Applications Using .NET, Part 1 (PNRP)

    The March CTP of the .Net Framework (codenamed “Orcas”) was released earlier this month . In the CTP you will find a new namespace (System.Net.PeerToPeer) which exposes a rich suite of APIs to make writing Peer-To-Peer (P2P) apps easier. More specifically, the namespace includes APIs for the Peer Name...
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