Sciweavers

Share
SIGOPSE
2004
ACM

The lonely NATed node

8 years 9 months ago
The lonely NATed node
In this paper we take the position that current research in the area of distributed systems has all but forgotten about one of the largest collective Internet resources - the NATed node. These are hosts that are behind Network Address Translation (NAT) gateways and are hidden by the fact that they have private IP addresses. We argue that Distributed-Hash Tables [18], P2P systems [5], and Grid Computing[9] could greatly benefit by tapping into this forgotten pool of resources. Also, we give an outline of a service, the Distributed-Hash Queue (DHQ), that can enable these NATed resources to be exploited.
Chad Yoshikawa, Brent N. Chun, Amin Vahdat, Fred S
Added 30 Jun 2010
Updated 30 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where SIGOPSE
Authors Chad Yoshikawa, Brent N. Chun, Amin Vahdat, Fred S. Annexstein, Kenneth A. Berman
Comments (0)
books