Hi Paul.

If you have little time and want a good job done, or to get for sound advice, pay Francois Piette to do the preliminaries for you.


The demos show how to do many things with sockets, but to get a particular job done, like I needed, it is just better to pay for some hours.
10 hours of his time might be 50 hours of your time, and saves a lot of stress.

Cheers,
Raymond

On 23/12/2012 01:47, Paul wrote:

What's the actual problem? From a brief look the article above seems to
describe hole punching very well, guess you just have to implement it
accordingly (also known as work ;).

(also known as work ;).
Yes, but I don't like to work :)

No, seriously, I've never had the time to dive into socket programming and still struggling to find the time for it.
So, I need to get as much info I can before I even can start with it ...

It's obvious that a central server has to be used to exchange connection/NAT data to both peers, but there are many articles to find on the net and many are contradictable

Paul

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