dht - BitTorrent DHT Protocol && DHT Spider.

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See the video on the Youtube.It contains two modes, the standard mode and the crawling mode. The standard mode follows the BEPs, and you can use it as a standard dht server. The crawling mode aims to crawl as more metadata info as possiple. It doesn't follow the standard BEPs protocol. With the crawling mode, you can build another BTDigg.

http://bthub.io
https://github.com/shiyanhui/dht

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