[p2p-hackers] definitions of super node (peer) and oridnary node (peer)

Eunsoo Shim eunsoo at research.panasonic.com
Mon Apr 24 19:22:53 UTC 2006


Thanks for the input. What do you mean by "firewall"?

Eunsoo

Lemon Obrien wrote:

> firewall, accepts unsolicted connections/messages
>
> */Eunsoo Shim <eunsoo at research.panasonic.com>/* wrote:
>
>     Hi,
>
>     What would be good defintions of super node (peer) and ordinary
>     node (peer)?
>     The definitions should not be specific to Skype or Kazaa but for more
>     general cases.
>     Your input would be appreciated.
>     Thanks.
>
>     Eunsoo
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