[Ndn-interest] [Nfd-dev] How to see data retrieve / download time using "ndngetfile" command?

Md Toufiqul Islam toufiqulislam.bd at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 09:53:38 PDT 2017

Dear Mr. Shi,

Thank you so much for your valuable reply & advises. I also agree with your
opinion. I do understand the effectiveness of Chunks or NDNFS application.
Actually, I am working on a project where I have to compare the efficiency &
effectiveness on video delivery services over NDN & CICN platform. As CICN
has an application like 'http-server' which allows user to directly
download video from the web, I thought to ask NDN developers regarding what
they have done (more or less) similar to that.

By the way, I got my answer. You advice put me in a position to re-think my
strategies. I would like to thank you & Mr. Klaus for both of your help. I
will keep contact with you & let you know if any further question arises in
my mind.

Be well & take care. Have a nice day.

With best Regards
Muhammad Toufiqul

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 6:15 PM, Junxiao Shi <shijunxiao at email.arizona.edu>

> Hi Toufiqul
> NDN is *the Internet*. It replaces IP.
> Therefore, NDN applications such as ndnputchunks or NDNFS is what
> publishers should use to serve videos into the Internet.
> Yours, Junxiao
> On Jun 21, 2017 20:02, "Md Toufiqul Islam" <toufiqulislam.bd at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> Hi Klaus,
> Did you mean ndncatchunk & ndnputchunk apps? I have tried it before. It is
> awesome. But now I am looking for something which helps to download direct
> video files from internet over NDN platform. I will keep in touch with you
> & looking forward to others comments.
> Best regards
> Muhammad
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