[Ndn-interest] Package Fragmentation in NDN
aniesh at sanctumnetworks.com
Wed Aug 26 21:30:36 PDT 2015
ndnputfile/ndngetfile comes from repo-gn, you might have to install it.
You can also check out ndnputchunk3, this will also do what you want. If
you want I have created a text file sender/receiver by (modifying earlier
producer/sender code) for large chunks of data, more like bulk transfer. I
have tested my code for one sender and one receiver and haven't tested for
more than one receiver(maybe some optimization have to done there)
On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 9:48 AM, Matti Lorenzen <matti.lorenzen at tum.de>
> Dear Aniesh,
> this sounds a lot like what I am looking for. Thank you.
> I'm running ndn-cxx and NFD version 0.3.3 on Ubuntu 14.04. - if i see
> correctly, ndnputfile is a part of NDNx, is it complatible with my current
> Best regards from Tokyo,
> *Matti Lorenzen*
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> Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 09:40:30 +0530
> Subject: Re: [Ndn-interest] Package Fragmentation in NDN
> From: aniesh at sanctumnetworks.com
> To: matti.lorenzen at tum.de
> Hi Matti,
> I think you are looking for putting more number of segments. The largest
> segment allowed in NDN is 8800(last I checked).
> In order to put the file you have a tool called ndnputfile, and to get
> there is tool ndngetfile.
> check this out:
> On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 6:31 AM, Matti Lorenzen <matti.lorenzen at tum.de>
> Dear all,
> I have a question regarding the payload of Data packets.
> I used ndnpeek and ndnpoke in order to submit an interest for a file and
> successfully received a data packet in return. However, this data packets
> were only returned to me if the file contained was very small (1,5kB). Is
> there any way to send larger files through another tool? By my
> understanding, peek and poke are used only for exactly one packet and are
> hence limited regarding data transfer.
> I know that data is segmented and all segments of a file would be aligned
> underneath the file in the naming hierarchy. However, the size of these
> segments is not so small that they would fit in a Data packet, right?
> Otherwise large files would have a very high amount of segments.
> Thank you in advance,
> best regards,
> Matti Lorenzen
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