Simple tcp-based fallback connection to super peer if all udp-traffic is blocked
If a node cannot reach its super-peer via UDP, the node should as a last resort attempt communication via TCP. For this, an outgoing TCP connection via port 443 to the super-peer should be established (this port is most likely not blocked at firewalls). The discovery messages sent by the node are then to be delivered via TCP.
This "backup mode" allows to receive and send messages (which are relayed via the super-peer).
Open for discussion
- Decide when to send discovery messages via UDP and when via TCP.