What is Point-to-Point Transfer and Point-to-Multiple Transfer?
Peer-to-peer (P2P), also known as point-to-point networking technology, is a new network technology that relies on the computing power and bandwidth of participants in the network, instead of concentrating all the dependencies on a few devices On the server. P2P networks are usually used to connect nodes through Ad Hoc connections. This type of network can be used for many purposes, and various file-sharing software has been widely used. P2P technology is also used in data communication like VoIP and other real-time media services.
In the early days of telecommunications, these P2P connections were established using circuit-switched landlines. However, today's complex fiber-optic networks make point-to-point communication in modern networks possible. Different types of P2P connections can transmit different types of information, whether it is a digital signal or an analog signal.
It is important to distinguish between these two methods because these terms are often used interchangeably. Point-to-multipoint connections (also known as P2MP) can also be described as one-to-many connections. Although a node remains the same, it can communicate with multiple locations. Although most point-to-point communication applications are used for two-way communication, P2MP systems are often designed without a return channel for multiple receivers to reply to the sending node. The most common example of such a system is a radio station, which uses radio frequencies to broadcast its material to multiple nodes.
1. The point-to-point communication channel is only used by two devices.
2. A connection can only be established when both devices are online.
3. The network capacity is completely reserved for the connection between two dedicated devices.
4. One device transmits data, while another device receives data.
5. Since this is not a shared communication channel, the security risks and privacy risks associated with point-to-point connections are much less.
1. The communication channel is used by multiple nodes.
2. A connection can be established at any time regardless of whether other devices are online.
3. The capacity is distributed among all connected devices.
4. One device transmits data, while many other devices can receive data.
5. As a shared communication channel, if it is not properly encrypted, the security and privacy of the connection may be compromised.
Peer-to-peer is also known as peer-to-peer interconnection network technology. There is no central node in the network, and the rights of each node are the same. The advantage of this model is that it does not gather all the dependencies. On fewer servers, so as to avoid a single point of failure. However, if you want to implement a system like Bitcoin, you need a combination of multiple technologies. No technology is omnipotent. A reasonable combination can achieve the best results.
Raysync supports multiple modes of transfer according to different transfer initiators. Support point-to-point, multi-point mutual transfer, data cloud transfer, one-to-many data distribution, and other modes. Provide exclusive user and user group space, support specific authority management, and build cross-departmental and cross-company exclusive assistance space and file transfer requirements.