Gnutella Network

This week, you will start the course project assignment on implementing a distributed library application.

The course project assignment is a comprehensive assignment, and each week, you will be completing part of this assignment.

In the project, you are required to implement a distributed library application that is based on P2P architecture. A classic example of a P2P system is Gnutella.

Course Project Part 1—Reviewing a Case Study

Gnutella is a P2P architecture which allow for file-sharing over the web without using a server. In this week, complete the following tasks:

  • Read the Gnutella case study “Peer-to-Peer Architecture Case Study: Gnutella Network.” Click here to access the case study.
  • In a Microsoft Word document, briefly describe how Gnutella handles new member JOIN, SEARCH, BROWSE, and DOWNLOAD requests. Additionally, select any other file-sharing tool and compare it with Gnutella

All work must be original no copy and paste from the internet or other sources.

Also please include any references or sources.



   No. Of Words: 435
   Pages 1.74
   Type: Essay
   Price: $19.00

Gnutella Netxxxxxx

Name of Student

Name of Institution

Date of submission

Gnutella Netxxxxxx

In xxxxxx to use a gnutella netxxxxxx, xxxxxx user is expected to xxxxxx a download or come up with an application xxxxxx xxxxxx line with a gnutella protocol. By xxxxxx use of xxxxxx application, xxxxxx user is eixxxxxxr made a client or a server. In xxxxxx to xxxxxx, xxxxxx user acts as a netxxxxxx xxxxxx is of xxxxxx level to connect xxxxxx route data xxxxxx xxxxxx client xxxxxx xxxxxx server. Txxxxxx netxxxxxx contains several features xxxxxx xxxxxxs it user friendly. Just to list a few, it gives anonymity as xxxxxx as providing ad-hoc netxxxxxxs xxxxxx xxxxxx no central control. xxxxxx, xxxxxx netxxxxxx demxxxxxxs xxxxxx several requests be fulfilxxxxxx to xxxxxx xxxxxx data transmission (Girwodz, Carsten xxxxxx Surendar 2006).

In response to a join request, gnutella’s netxxxxxx, through xxxxxx nodes, genexxxxxxs a netxxxxxx connection xxxxxx one of xxxxxx hosts xxxxxx xxxxxx familiar within xxxxxx netxxxxxx (Girwodz, Carsten xxxxxx Surendar 2006). An alxxxxxxs availxxxxxx host immediately xxxxxx sends xxxxxx IP addr