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Another new subject ... peer to peer software

 
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I am just curious, what peer to peer/gnutella type software you find the best?
Any comments/suggestions are appreciated.
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just a comment. i really like the idea and it sounds like java technology is used. jini if i recall
 
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Well, some of the earliest 'peer-to-peer' stuff was IBM's LU 6.2 protocols.
In a strictly blue environment, the HW and OS level SW can be a pain to set up.
From an applications POV, the API is very robust and complex.
Once you get things working, it is like a charm.
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