Thanks again for your reply!
According to your email, P2P is not available on 3G? If so, P2P based
applications cannot be launched in AppStore? Without 3G's support, how can a
P2P system run in a wireless environment?
On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 1:18 PM, Jens Alfke <email@hidden> wrote:
> On Aug 21, 2011, at 9:27 PM, Bing Li wrote:
> On the iPad, I program with BSD socket to communicate with a cluster which
> is implemented with Java/Linux. The distributed model is based on the one of
> Um, that’s about as vague a description as possible, but OK.
> I hope it could run on WiFi or 3G environment.
> Be aware that you can’t receive incoming TCP connections over 3G. You may
> be able to open the listener socket, but the carrier’s network isn’t going
> to route any connection requests to you even if some other host can figure
> out your IP address.
> Even on WiFi, receiving incoming connections from outside the LAN is …
> challenging. I’m not sure if the Bonjour library on iOS has the same
> port-mapping support that it does on OS X; if it does, that helps somewhat
> (if the base station/router is either an AirPort or supports UPNP).
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