[Dojo-interest] Re: Dojo-interest Digest, Vol 25, Issue 5
yogesh.mujumdar at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 02:00:03 MST 2007
I agree to what others are saying. It cant be done using only dojo. You have
to use some middleware which will take the bind messages from peers to
process and pass on to others.
On 1/3/07, Marc Lucchini <marc.lucchini at gmail.com> wrote:
> The peers wouldn't be on a local but would know all their ip addresses.
> The idea of using Dojo for P2P is due to a school project.
> If we suppose we run on a local network, simple binds would do it?
> The peers must connect to a webserver to give their IP (centralized) and
> get the ones of the other peers.
> Then forget the server and contact the peers directly.
> I don't see how the contacted peers can open something like a socket to
> wait for data.
> Thanks again!
> Kind regards
> >If your P2P peers are all all running a local, not firewalled webserver
> >each peer knows the address of the others, then there is no difference
> >dojo compared to a traditional client server environment. But why do you
> >want to use dojo for P2P ? At least the part which does the P2pP
> >communication I would take outside the browser and benefit from toolkits
> >offering NAT traversal and all the other special needs of P2P.
> >On 1/2/07, Marc Lucchini < marc.lucchini at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I've seached a lot, has anyone ever tried to use dojo.bind to do p2p?
> >> How do you handle the packets received by the clients?
> >> Thanks a lot!
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