Service Based Content Sharing in the Environment of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
The peer-to-peer network is the one of the traditional client server networking model. The file sharing on mobile devices is not easily achieved to the user for limited bandwidth and high cost. The irregular disconnection and IP address changes occur due to network migration. The authors holds the short range networking technologies as Bluetooth with no cost to the user and it is sufficiently fast to make file transfer very practical. A peer-to-peer model that permits efficient file sharing between mobile smartphones over a low-cost transport. Their paper results that peer-to-peer file transfer between today's mobile devices are practical. But the server limits must be applied on the transfers. These are unique to the mobile device environment.