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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.


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

Gnutella Netxxxxxx

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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