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I need to control the peer to peer network clients?

I need to control the peer to peer network clients from my pc

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I assume that your peer to peer network has several computers and the computers are connected to a hub.
If you are only connecting two computers together and you are not using a hub then you need to connect the computers together with a cross over cable.

To allow computers on your network to share data you need to decide what you want to share. Eg the shared folders on each computer or the hard drive or folders on some computers and not others or allow access to all users or restricted access to some users.

Basically to set up sharing you right click on the hard drive or the folder/s and click on sharing and security and follow the prompts.
You can allow access to all users or restrict specific users and or file rights.
Next go to the Control Panel - Network Connection - right click on the Lan connection and click on Properties and then tick File and Print sharing......., click OK.
You also need to make sure that all the computers have the same Workgroup name.
Repeat this for all the computers on your network.

When you click on My Network Places you should see all the computers on your network (provided they are switched on).


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Hi

you can use a proxy software, to limit the bandwidth usage, if that is what you meant. a very simple and user friendly proxy software is CCPROXY.

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How to Peer with Route Servers


Route servers do propagate prefixes from one peer to all their other peers. At least, that's how route servers typically operate today.
In figure 1, the networks do not peer directly, but all maintain BGP sessions with AS 25, the route server. Note that each AS has allprefixes, and the AS path is a hop longer because AS 25 appears in it.

Figure 1: BGP sessions towards a route server: http://d39z3tvn9akifj.cloudfront.net/ccie/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/bgp-sessions-1024x499.png

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Figure 2: Traffic flow when peering with a route server: http://d39z3tvn9akifj.cloudfront.net/ccie/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/route-server-1024x502.png

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The BGP session towards a route server is configured exactly the same as any other BGP session used for peering. The route server itself can also be a standard BGP router, or a Unix (-like) system running BGP software. The route server configured to allow prefixes from each peer to propagate to other peers. A regular router performing route server duties will include its own AS in the AS path for prefixes it propagates, as shown in figures 2 and 3. This makes paths learned through the route server a hop longer, so paths learned through direct peering will be preferred. However, it's not uncommon for route servers to be set up to leave out their own AS number in the AS path propagated to peers, so there's no impact to AS path length.

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