[Ndn-interest] Collision detection

Nour El Houda Ben Youssef NourElHouda.BenYoussef at wevioo.com
Thu Dec 1 13:01:40 PST 2016

Thank you for your reply

If I don't want NDN to be working as an overlay network and to replace the whole protocol stack, I surly will be needing a solution for collision detection

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The MAC layer is typically outside the scope of NDN, which operates at higher layers.

But let me ask, why are you looking for an NDN solution at that layer?


On 11/30/2016 11:49 PM, Nour El Houda Ben Youssef wrote:
> Dear ndn users
> I would like to ask about collision detection in NDN
> In case of using NDN as an overlay network, the mac layer will do the 
> job but for a pure ndn solution?
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