[p2p-hackers] convert client-server to p2p

Will Morton macavity at well.com
Thu Oct 8 08:11:49 EDT 2009


Hello Necati;

I am not using STUN in my project, so I cannot help you there.  In
addition to STUN, you may find it useful to look at UPnP which sets up
port mapping automatically with a compatible router/modem (and most of
them are).

You can find a C implementation here: http://pupnp.sourceforge.net/ or
a Java one (which I'm using) here:
http://www.sbbi.net/site/upnp/index.html

HTH

W

2009/10/8 Necati Demir <ndemir at demir.web.tr>:
>
> Hello,
>
> I am beginner for p2p and nat-traversal.
> I have a client-server application. If one peer (client) want to access
> other peer (server), the server peer should set a port mapping with his ADSL
> modem. But i read some documents; with ICE, STUN and TURN, this can be done
> without this setting. Can you suggest me a way to do this? I really need a
> good documentation. Can i do this with pjnath library? Can you show me some
> examples with this library?
>
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