Fix Broken C++ Distributed File System (Possible NAT Traversal Bug)

I am attempting to revive the following project: [login to view URL]

It is a distributed file system for large files over wide-area networks.

Right now, the project works when the client and master/slave nodes are running on the same machine,

but the client doesn't appear to be able to upload/download files from the master/slave nodes when running on machines in different networks (WAN).

I suspect that there is an issue with traversing firewalls or some sort of asymmetric network problem, and I'm not familiar enough with ICE/STUN/TURN or other various hole-punching techniques to fix it myself.

If someone has some experience with this and is willing to help, that would be great. Thank you!

Skills: C++ Programming

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Hello, I'm working on the Cloud-Gaming project and we have faced the same problem. We were chosing between many various solutions and I was implementing UPnP solution, but also thinking about hole-punching with all inv More

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