Dijjer is a peer-to-peer HTTP cache, designed to allow the distribution of large files from Web servers while virtually eliminating the bandwidth cost to the file's publisher.
Dijjer project is designed to be simple, elegant, and to cleanly integrate with existing applications where possible. Dijjer uses "UDP hole punching" to allow it to operate from behind firewalls without any need for manual reconfiguration.
Dijjer's distributed and scalable content distribution algorithm is inspired by Freenet.
· Java 1.4.2 or later
What's New in This Release:
· Support for Maven-style MD5 checking was added.
· Potential race conditions in data transmission code have been fixed.
· URLs have been updated to the new Dijjer download server.