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    Title: Improving the Performance of P2P applications over NAT-based Networks
    Authors: Chien-Hao Chiang;Chun-Yi Li
    Contributors: Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Sun Yat-Sen University;Department of Network Storage Technology, Home Networking Technology Center, ITRI
    Date: 2007-12-20
    Issue Date: 2009-12-15
    Publisher: 亞洲大學資訊學院;中華電腦學會
    Abstract: Since the development of P2P networking during the late 90’s, P2P applications have multiplied
    because of its advantages. However, in today’s Internet, we need to mitigate the problem of IPV4
    depletion Network Address. In order to solve the problems of P2P applications in NAT(Network
    Address Translator ) -based network is essential. For instance, the UDP hold punching [1]. P2P
    applications will establish a lot of connections when it works, like file-sharing. It not only put a
    tremendous load on the CPU of every client but also burdens the NAT router. Our purpose is to design a
    software solution to solve it. In our design, we successfully raise the performance of NAT router in
    Linux environment i.e. form 45(Mbps) to 81(Mbps). And try to solve and analyze the problems of bursting connections on P2P file-sharing applications.
    Relation: 2007NCS全國計算機會議 12-20~21
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