Start looking at udp code and go from there.
What do you see as an issue that will slow you down?
You should probably be able to cutnpaste a lot of the code from UDP.
Of course forget about other OSes - implement on Linux.
On Fri, 2005-03-11 at 06:34, Petri Passila wrote:
> Hello !
> I am doing my bachelors thesis here in Recearch center of Finland (VTT
> Electronics) in Oulu. The meaning of the thesis is to compare UDP and UDP
> Lite using multimedia streaming. The part of my job is to implement UDP
> Lite into the Linux protocol stack (or FreeBSDs). And I have encountered
> some difficulties during my way.
> I am investigating the operation of the Linux protocol stack and the udp.c
> file tells that you are the athors for the UDP. And I am courious to know
> if you might know something about implementing the UDP Lite. So I wonder if
> you could possibly help me in my thesis. If you had some information about
> porting, which could help me, or the whole implementation I would be
> grateful to hear about it. Or, do you know someone who might know about the
> Our platform is constructed of a FreeBSD 5.1 and Linux RH9 (kernel 2.4.20)
> Sincerely yours
> Petri Passila
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