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setting up a p2p network?

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by Andrew691, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. Andrew691

    Andrew691 Regular member

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    I was hoping someone could tell me a way to share my files with some of my friends with a p2p network or something like that. Can you guys please help me.
     
  2. Mick69

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    just use any p2p program that you like(Klite, limewire, bearshare ect ect) you could also use irc or bittorrent, its easy enough.....hey you could even use msn messenger!! ;).
     
  3. daveski

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    i would try Direct Connect
     
  4. venomX05

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    Yeah...I gotta go with daveski and Mick69, but here are some good reasons:

    Klite, Limewire, Bearshare, and those others...people have to actually search for the files, so it is kinda like the luck of the draw.

    Whereas...

    DC++. Because can access your entire harddrive that you want to share and just go through any of your files to find what they are looking for or even everything that you are willing to share.

    Both are really good. DC++ is a little trying to use at first, where, the other P2P clients are very easy, with the exception of the Torrents. For those, I would advise you with reading the guide because it is a wealth of info if you have never heard of them, or want to try them out.

    ;)
     
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  5. kyle_101

    kyle_101 Guest

    You could even use mIrc
     
  6. venomX05

    venomX05 Regular member

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    Most definately...there are countless ways to do a setup.

    Take your pic!

    ;)
     

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