[Ndn-interest] download a file using PyNDN

Thompson, Jeff jefft0 at remap.ucla.edu
Wed May 24 13:07:31 PDT 2017

Hi Ishta,

In NDN, there is a producer and consumer. The consumer sends an Interest and the producer (or a cache in the network) responds with a Data packet. When you say “an entire file from an NDN server” I assume you mean a producer that is responding to Interests with Data packets representing the file. What producer software is running on the server?

- Jeff T

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Subject: [Ndn-interest] download a file using PyNDN

Hi All,

Has anybody used PyNDN to download an entire file from an ndn server?
I see or receive jibberish data in form of one data packet but don't seem to copying the exact content of the file(no matter the size, i.e irrespective of the fact that the file gets divided to multiple segments or just one segment).
Any guidance with this would be helpful.

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