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Peer-to-Peer Networks for Virtual Home Environments

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Peer-to-Peer Networks for Virtual Home Environments
This paper presents au approach to extend OSGi server based home networks with JXTA’s peer-topeer (PZP) technoIogy to a mzdti-server home environment connecting multiple private home networks to one true virtual environment for communication, media sharing/exchange, and distributed device control. We elaborate on the basic integration methodology and extend it to a general, security preserving, architectural concept based on a two level integration concept for inhome and interhome networks. The integration is achieved through additional OSGi services for the management of virtual devices, peerto-peer communication, and authentication. The example of a Quality of Service based video streaming management demonstrates one of the potential advanced application for which peer-to-peer can be used in addition.
Chris Loeser, Wolfgang Müller 0003, Frank Ber
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where HICSS
Authors Chris Loeser, Wolfgang Müller 0003, Frank Berger, Heinz-Josef Eikerling
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