[Ndn-interest] [EXT] NDN communication query
banalas at tcd.ie
Tue Jun 30 22:51:36 PDT 2020
As of now we are using ndn just to get responses from the sever .But I want
to use NDN nodes for communication. I.e. if the content store of ndn
node already have the data /interest packets belong to requested
content we have to fetch from content store . Is there any way we can
fetch from the content store than fetching from server .?
Which contains Y.css which is already stored in the one of the ndn node
Ndn networks should know based on the naming convention that Y.css is part
of requested x.html which is already in node b thus fetch from node b than
from the server . Can I achive this with the naming convention provided by
the library so that all the html,css, PNG interests should have same name
convention so if we request html it have to provide other files as well
just like server push in http2
Hope I am clear
On Wed, 1 Jul, 2020, 8:29 am Junxiao Shi, <shijunxiao at email.arizona.edu>
> Hi Spandana
> What browser are you talking about?
> HTTP/2 and NDN are very different.
> Yours, Junxiao
> On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 6:36 PM Spandana Banala <banalas at tcd.ie> wrote:
>> I have seen modern web libraries which have built for browser and server
>> Can I use the browser which I have created than google Chrome or Firefox
>> with ur libraries?
>> NDN COMMUNICATION:
>> 1. I am trying to create a project where we place get request from
>> browser and then server has to push requested contact and other css and jss
>> files related to requested data from the nodes if it is already stored in
>> cs than requesting all the way back to producer same like (HTTP2)
>> I have seen namespaces .ts in libraries .
>> Thought if we can add manifest(FLIC) in cache i.e content store for
>> the ndn nodes and change nfd for routing can we can achive this
>> 2.Can it will be possible with this ts libraries do that. Do you have
>> any suggestions how I can approach this?
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