[jdev] Bytestreams fallback mechanism
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Jan 2 16:35:15 CST 2008
Scott Ludwig wrote:
> On Jan 2, 2008 8:58 AM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
>> Dafydd Harries wrote:
>>> Ar 28/12/2007 am 09:39, ysgrifennodd Peter Saint-Andre:
>>>> I'm working on the Jingle ICE-UDP spec at the moment, and I think that
>>>> would give you what you need (at least I think it would -- your
>>>> requirements are not fully clear to me).
>>> For most cases, we want to open a TCP-like connection. ICE-UDP would be nice,
>>> but we'd need to layer retransmission/reordering on top of it.
> There does need to be a standardized reliable stream layer on top of
> UDP type Jingle connections.
> In Google Talk we have one which you can see in the libjingle source
> code, called PseudoTcp.
> Before standardizing, as a point of comparison, some of the dedicated
> file sharing clients also have "reliable stream on top of UDP"
> implementations. The topic is complicated; I propose the design of
> choice optimize for reliability, throughput, and simplicity, in that
It seems that some file sharing applications use reliable UDP (RFC 1151)
but it also seems that some similar technologies exist that have not
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