[p2p-hackers] Simple reliable UDP data transfer
douwen at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 2 14:10:30 UTC 2004
maybe you could get some ideas from
www.rakkarsoft.com, which implemented a reliable UDP
APIs. But its C++ implemented!
it has a Socket Layer which just likes TCP-Style
--- Ian Clarke <ian at locut.us> wrote:
> I am in the process of implementing a simple UDP
> data transfer
> algorithm in Java (or more precisely, replacing a
> implementation with something slightly more
> The requirement is simple, get 256k from one node to
> another over UDP
> reliably. It should be "TCP friendly", ie. its flow
> control shouldn't
> crowd out politer TCP traffic, and packets, for
> obvious reasons, should
> be around 1k in size.
> I have toyed with a variety of ideas, and done some
> research, but I
> wanted to see if anyone had any thoughts or advice
> on the simplest way
> I can implement something to meet these requirements
> (I will probably
> use a straight-forward TCP-style windowed approach).
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