Enhancing Secure File Transfer by Analyzing Repeated Server Based Strategy using Gargantuan Peers (G-peers)

Peer-to-peer networks are useful for the file transferring within the group of peers in the network. But usually files are transferred in slow speed, if the files are larger in size. Also the peers don't have much utility within them. In order to enhance the utilities of the individual peers, each peer has to configure with greater CPU power, bandwidth, and storage space. But practically it is an impossible task, as the cost goes high by configuring peers with higher configuration. So, the author approach is to monitor the network carefully and to find out some random peers and to configure, say in a hundred peer attached network, one peer has to be configured with higher configuration.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Collaboration Date Added: Dec 2011 Format: PDF

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