Transport Layer Identification of P2P Super nodes

  • DJ Oneil Hun Jeong, Kang Kim, Donghyong Kwon
  • Published 2006

Abstract

Since P2P applications emerged, the amount of P2P traffic has continually grown. This poses potential costs as it entails extra workload on the network and host machines. First-generation P2P protocols used well-defined port numbers, allowing network administrators to control user access to these networks. Some of the earliest P2P networks, such as Napster… (More)

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