May 21, 2006

FreeCast traverses NAT

Alban Peignier writes "FreeCast, the opensource peer-to-peer streaming solution, is now two years old. The gained experience led to a deep rewriting of the protocol which switched to UDP allowing the long-awaited NAT traversal. FreeCast networks won't be stopped anymore by misconfigured NATs. An embedded Ogg Vorbis encoder and a setup dialog are the other major enhancements of this release 20060515. With FreeCast's Click & Broadcast, broadcasting your own content has never been so easy."
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