[Ndn-interest] Sending NACKs with ndn-cpp

Thompson, Jeff jefft0 at remap.ucla.edu
Wed Oct 12 10:08:19 PDT 2016

Hi Matteo.

A NetworkNack is a ³network² nack because it is generated by a forwarder
in the network, such as NFD. A client library like ndn-cpp is meant to be
used by an application which does not generate network-level messages. It
is called a ³network² nack to distinguish from an ³application² nack. Can
you describe the situation where your application needs to generate a nack?

- Jeff T

On 2016/10/12, 5:32:56, "Ndn-interest on behalf of Matteo Bertolino"
<ndn-interest-bounces at lists.cs.ucla.edu on behalf of
Matteo.Bertolino at eurecom.fr> wrote:

>Good morning,
>using the ndn-cpp I do not manage to send a Nack. I do not see
>something like lp::Nack class of ndn-cxx, I see just the NetworkNack
>class but the documentation
>(http://named-data.net/doc/ndn-ccl-api/details/network-nack.html) does
>not specify how to make a NetworkNack, how to express etc. I did not
>find examples online too.
>How can I express a nack with ndn-cpp such that the method
>Strategy::afterReceiveNack of my NFD could capture it?
>Thank you,
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