[p2p-hackers] Hard question....

Lemon Obrien lemonobrien at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 1 21:33:18 UTC 2006


i have files being exchanged/downloaded using udp (last resort if tcp fails); now, with
  udp you know you'll need to do error correction if a packet is missing; i do this by sending a 're-send' message; but, as some of you know...you can not flod the network with thousands of resends...especially if you relay messages to the destination node...so, my question is; what is a good average mean time to keep sending 're-sends'...i have it working with 500 milli-seconds and 1000...i want fast?
   
  Also, if no data is recieved, how long should i wait till i determine the connection is no longer valid?
   
  thanks
  lemon


You don't get no juice unless you squeeze
Lemon Obrien, the Third.
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