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From: GilNajera <gilnaj...@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2011 11:05:32 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Mar 30 2011 2:05 pm
Subject: Re: Checking connection status and recovering from fail
On 29 mar, 15:28, Jean-Christophe <5...@free.fr> wrote:
> Ok.I've chosen TCP because of its reliability, the most of the
> Why did you choose to use TCP ?
> If you *really* need to send packets
> every 100 ms, have you considered UDP ?
> Some UDP packets *could* be lost, but if you send
> them every 100 ms it shouldn't be that important.
> More to the point, it will keep fast transfer
> rate without the need of a TCP connection.
information I send can't be lost. Also (call me lazy) I didn't want to
implement my own reliable UDP, although that is not totally discarded.
I've read, don't remeber exactly where, that an well configured TCP
(no Naggle, proper packet size, reasonable send rates,...) could be as
fast as a reliable UDP with less effort.
> Did you run this test on a LAN or thru internet ?I'm testing on a wireless LAN, intentionally chosen to be a little
> On a LAN you should NOT have so much unexpected
> disconnections nor packet lost because of the network.
unstable for testing purposes.
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