Interaction Patterns Between P2P Content Distribution Systems and ISPs

Peer-To-Peer (P2P) content distribution systems are a major source of traffic in the Internet, but the application layer protocols they use are mostly unaware of the underlying network in accordance with the layered structure of the Internet's protocol stack. Nevertheless, the need for improved network efficiency and the business interests of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are both strong drivers towards a cross-layer approach in peer-to-peer protocol design, calling for P2P systems that would in some way interact with the ISPs. Recent research shows that the interaction, which can rely on information provided by both parties, can be mutually beneficial.

Provided by: KTH - Royal Institute of Technology Topic: Networking Date Added: May 2010 Format: PDF

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