first of all, thanks for this great tool. it's the best
gnutella-client i've found for linux so far.
it would be very nice if it were possible to tell gtkg
to connect _only_ to local (ultra)peers for
gnet-connections. so the search traffic could be kept
at a minumum.
i use gtkg in different company/campus/home-networks.
in most of these networks exists an 24/7 running
ultrapeer, which is shared via vnc to other users, so
everybody has access to it and search traffic is kept
at it's possible minimum.
now sometimes users want to have their own "private"
interface to the gnutella-network. of course they could
start their own gtkg on their workstation, but this
would connect to other (ultra)peers and so the
search-traffic would get unessesarily high.
i experimented with gift a while, i like the idea
behind gift very much, but the gift-gnutella-plugin is
not (yet?) that far in implementing the nice
gnutella-features which gtkg does.
regards... and sorry for my bad english.
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