[bittorrent] bittorrent peers behind nat
andrew at bramp.freeserve.co.uk
Sat Jun 26 18:27:28 EDT 2010
That looks like a SVN repo, so just:
svn checkout https://libtorrent.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/libtorrent/branches/encryption/
and it will download all the files.
On 26 June 2010 23:25, JD <jd1008 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 06/26/2010 10:28 AM, arvid at cs.umu.se was caught red-handed while
>> There's a branch of libtorrent (http://libtorrent.org) which implements
>> uTP and
>> the bittorrent NAT holepunch extension.
>> The holepunch extension is quite simple and relies on the two NATed peers
>> share one peer (which typically would have to be externally accessible)
>> will help them connect to each other by synchronizing connect attempts.
>> If you want to check it out, this is the branch:
>> Arvid Norberg
>> Quoting giovanni.distasi at unina.it:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> we are dealing with the following network scenario: two private
>>> wireless mesh networks, each of which behind a Linux machine acting as
>>> nat. The addressing inside the mesh networks is private.
>>> What we would like to support is a scenario where:
>>> 1) mesh peers can transfer towards mesh peers inside the same mesh
>>> network (using private addressing).
>>> 2) mesh peers can transfer towards any peer which has a public ip
>>> addresses (any host on the Internet)
>>> 3) mesh peers can transfer towards mesh peers which are inside the
>>> second mesh network
>>> I think that some techniques of nat traversing are required. In our
>>> case we can leverage tecniques where the control of the NAT router is
>>> possible (which, as I said, are Linux box, or more precisely PlanetLab
>>> Can you give some hints on what tecnique we can use, and which
>>> bittorrent client. The clients will have to run in OpenWRT boxes, so
>>> clients like Ctorrent, Rtorrent or transmissioncli would be fine.
>>> Thanks a lot,
> I also see the Encryption branch:
> which I am interested in.
> How do I download the tarball for it, instead of file by file?
> Or how about cvs or svn?
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