[Ndn-interest] Sending files with NDN (putchunks/ndnpoke)

César A. Bernardini mesarpe at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 02:56:20 PDT 2018


I executed the following experiment: three virtual computers connected in a
speed line using NDN. I tried to send a file of 1MB.

Using HTTPS, It took me *~0.020/0.30* seconds to retrieve the file

Using ndnputchunks/ndncatchunks:
with ndnputchunks, it takes always *0.170* to transmit one single file. I
tried with the FIXED strategy and the iterative strategy.

Somebody else faced the same issue? I have already seen an e-mail of one
year ago but there was no interesting information.

We are talking about a content delivery architecture that is 400% slower
than HTTPS when sending unencrypted traffic.

Somebody tried using stream connections? at NDN core?

With ndnpoke, sometimes It takes (to send one chunk) ~0.020 seconds and
other times it takes 4.020 seconds. I tried in two different hosts: ESXi
and with virtual boxes. With virtualboxes, ndnpoke transmits the whole
message. With ESXi it complains that I exceed the 8800 bytes.

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