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    S!X's Avatar L33T Member BT Rep: +5
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    Ive been using kazaa for a good while now but i still dont know what supernodes are can somebody please explain

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    The K-Lite network is based on its Users and Servers.

    The smart thing is that K-Lite can be both - that means: One time, Users
    connecting to a Server (Supernode = SN) - the other time the Users are the Server and the Server acts as a Client. This makes K-Lite K++ Network very table as Users normally acting not whole the time as a server, so that servers in Fasttrack Network are changing.

    Everyone can be normally for a short time a server

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    Originally posted by mofos@14 January 2004 - 17:41
    Ive been using kazaa for a good while now but i still dont know what supernodes are can somebody please explain
    http://kliteinfo.freesites.ws/faq/

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    o ya

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    at the time of writing it was third topic below this one: https://filesharingtalk.com/index.php?showtopic=93522

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