Prof. Eppinger is working on peer-to-peer software applications, including NAT Traveral solutions. This is his most recent paper on this work:
- TCP Connections for P2P Apps: A Software Approach to Solving the NAT Problem. by Jeffrey L. Eppinger. Technical Report CMU-ISRI-05-104, Carnegie Mellon Institute for Software Research, 2005.
Prof. Eppinger is also working on tools for JavaBeans. These tools provide bean factories for data persistence, forms processing, and remote procedure calls. This software is currently available on http://won.ecom.cmu.edu/BeanFactory.