[zeromq-dev] Possible to Build Actual N-to-N Topology?

Michael Craig mkscrg at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 03:13:52 CET 2012

In a bunch of the marketing copy, ZeroMQ claims to handle N-to-N
topologies. Is this actually true? It would seem not, since one side of a
Push/Pull or Pub/Sub topology has to bind (which only one node can do). The
closest I can figure out is an N-to-1-to-N topology with some kind of
router in the middle. Does ZeroMQ actually provide some way to eliminate
that single point of failure in the middle?

Mike Craig
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