Transport Layer Identification of P2P Super nodes

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


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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