[MUD-Dev] Re: Multi-Server games

Vadim Tkachenko vt at freehold.crocodile.org
Mon Jun 29 23:44:59 New Zealand Standard Time 1998

MH wrote:
> Just keep the player/object on the original server until the new server
> verifies that it has taken possession of the player/object.  Something
> along the lines of:
> The international highway:
> You see a signpost here, marking where Bubbaland leaves off and
> Boffoworld begins.

Maybe a silly question, but I haven't found the reasonable solution yet:

OK, you have the multiple servers and distributed world now, but where
do you connect to next time, after you've crossed the world borders?

There are at least two possible answers:

- Keep the entry point the same and just route the requests to the
remote world, thus increasing overhead
- Change the entry point, complicating the client (which may not allow
it at all, like applet)

Any comments?

> Michael Hohensee       michael at mainstream.net

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Vadim Tkachenko <vt at freehold.crocodile.org>
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