Networking - P2P

  • Tripp Parks's WebLog

    ICANN: Should they spread the power around?

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    Christian Huitema  thinks we should move to a p2p system for DNS replacement. Who is he you ask? Since I've known him, he has been a Architect at Microsoft and now is the Director for Wireless in Windows Networking. Before he came to Microsoft he was...
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    Peer Eventing and you

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    Now that we are successfully able to enumerate a static snapshot of people online at a particular time, It would be useful to register for when one of the people near you came or went. The Peer Collaboration stack allows you to do this with its eventing...
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    Getting Started with the Collaboration API's!

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    Guess what the first api you have to call is? HRESULT WINAPI PeerCollabStartup ( WORD wVersionRequested ); http://windowssdk.msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/P2PSDK/p2p/peercollabstartup.asp It's our friend...
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    Peer Networking Security Model

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    Security for the Peer Networking platform is achieved through self signed x.509 certificates. This method of using self signed certificates eliminates the need of having a certificate authority issue a certificate to each user in a network. This eliminates...
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    What is the Microsoft Peer Networking platform?

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    The Microsoft Peer Networking Platform consists of several pieces: Graphing - This is an application layer multicast protocol. Think of a replicated database, records in this database can be enumerated,searched,added, modified and deleted. By default...
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