[Ndn-interest] about Content items (data) are split into packets

Alex Afanasyev alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Wed Mar 19 09:21:09 PDT 2014

Hi Chen,

Each data packet is always unique and has unique name.  If you're splitting a big content into multiple packets, you (=application) is making this decision and you (=application) assign specific names for each individual packet.  Normally, you would add segment numbers as a last component.


On Mar 19, 2014, at 1:55 AM, 陈鹏飞 <12120051 at bjtu.edu.cn> wrote:

> Hello,Nick,
>          If a Content item (data) is too big and is split into packets, As it is sent by a name. When CCNx split it into packets. How does the CCNx distinguish them if I only request a part of them?
>         Best Wishes
>         Pengfei Chen

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