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fully-connected-topology

fully-connected-topology

Node module to create a network with a fully connected topology.

npm install fully-connected-topology

Usage

var topology = require('fully-connected-topology');
 
var t1 = topology('127.0.0.1:4001', ['127.0.0.1:4002', '127.0.0.1:4003']);
var t2 = topology('127.0.0.1:4002', ['127.0.0.1:4001', '127.0.0.1:4003']);
var t3 = topology('127.0.0.1:4003', ['127.0.0.1:4001', '127.0.0.1:4002']);
 
t1.on('connection', function(connection, peer) {
  console.log('t1 is connected to', peer);
});
 
t2.on('connection', function(connection, peer) {
  console.log('t2 is connected to', peer);
});
 
t3.on('connection', function(connection, peer) {
  console.log('t3 is connected to', peer);
});

If you run the above example it should print that everyone is connected to everyone. If a connection is destroyed the topology will try to reconnect it.

API

var t = topology(ownHost, [peer1, peer2, ...])

Creates a new topology. A local server will be started on the port specified in ownHost.

t.add(peer)

Add a peer after the topology has been created

t.remove(peer)

Remove a peer after the topology has been created

t.destroy()

Destroy the topology and all current connections

var socket = t.peer(addr)

Get the socket for a specific peer. Returns null if peer isn't connected.

t.connections

An array of all the current connections

t.on('connection', function(connection, peer) {})

Emitted when a new connection is established.

License

MIT