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Moodle Administration

By : Moodle Trust, Alex Büchner
Book Image

Moodle Administration

By: Moodle Trust, Alex Büchner

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (22 chapters)
Moodle Administration
About the Author
About the Reviewer

Community Hubs

A community hub is similar to the peer-to-peer network, with the only difference being that it accepts connections from multiple Moodle servers. While this could be set up manually using a number of peer-to-peer connections, the hub mode automatically accepts any hosts that try to connect to it.

A learning portal that contains resources to be shared across a number of sites is typically implemented using the hub mode.

Once networking has been turned on, choose the Moodle site that will act as a hub and go to Networking | Peers to turn on Register all hosts (Hub mode).

All the other settings are identical to the peer-to-peer parameters. You might decide that traffic (that is, authentication and enrolment) should only go one-way, that is from the different Moodle sites to the hub. You can control this by the Publish and Subscribe options, as seen before under the Peers Services section.