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Make use of a database.
When a first PC is connected to Cirrus and you get a nearID , save it to a 1st column something like "PC1" and keep checking for another column "PC2".
When a second PC is connected to Cirrus and you get another nearID , save it to "PC2" column.
Let first computer check content on PC2 column and second computer to check on PC1 column.
When they both are not null , exchange those peers. done.
That could work, but I think it should be possible without using a database. I know the AS3MUL is somehow able to do it. I may just end up using that.
Yes that's great too.
Just an update to close this out. I was able to do this using the AS3MUL with very little trouble. What a great library.