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data_transport [2011/05/18 13:17]
elch
data_transport [2013/02/28 16:32] (current)
woky
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 Bijk can use two methods for data transport: **Pull** and **Push**. In pull method our master server periodically connects to client servers (5 - 10 minutes) whereas in push method client servers periodically connects to our master server. Data transport is secured via [[http://​www.openssh.com|OpenSSH]] because it's simple, secure and available on almost every GNU/Linux OS. Final authentication is done via **hash** (password) generated on client server during [[bijk-node]] package installation. Bijk can use two methods for data transport: **Pull** and **Push**. In pull method our master server periodically connects to client servers (5 - 10 minutes) whereas in push method client servers periodically connects to our master server. Data transport is secured via [[http://​www.openssh.com|OpenSSH]] because it's simple, secure and available on almost every GNU/Linux OS. Final authentication is done via **hash** (password) generated on client server during [[bijk-node]] package installation.
  
-**In both methods master servers are on these IP addresses: ''​95.168.195.26'',​ ''​95.168.195.28'',​ ''​95.168.195.29''​.**+**In both methods master servers are on these IP addresses: ​''​95.168.195.25'', ​''​95.168.195.26'',​ ''​95.168.195.28'',​ ''​95.168.195.29''​.**
  
 ===== Pull method ===== ===== Pull method =====
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