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David Steere and Trevor Robinson: How Live Mesh P2P Syncing Works

Posted By: Dan Fernandez | Jul 11th @ 1:14 AM

Live Mesh is built around a relationship directory to let the machines in your mesh communicate with one another on your behalf. Any two devices can use the directory and the mesh communication services to set up an encrypted channel for sharing data or synchronizing.

In this interview, we’ll whiteboard out exactly how a Live Mesh peer-to-peer session is established, along with the newly added support for synching files with only your device, and not with the Live Desktop cloud storage service.

David Steere and Trevor Robinson: How Live Mesh P2P Syncing Works

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