International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology
Gridiron applications habitually necessitate sharing out large amounts of records proficiently from one huddle to compound others (multicast). Obtainable sender-initiated methods dispose nodes in optimized tree structures, based on peripheral complex monitoring records. This confidence on monitoring information relentlessly impacts both ease of consumption and adaptivity to vigorously shifting network circumstances. In this paper, the authors present Robber, a united, receiver-initiated, high-throughput multicast loom enthused by the BitTorrent etiquette. Unlike BitTorrent, Robber is explicitly deliberate to maximize the throughput between multiple cluster computers.