[ndnSIM] firstInterestDataDelay

Alex Afanasyev alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Mon Feb 16 17:19:26 PST 2015

This rate is not for the same interest, but for interests for different data.  In this specific scenario, within the first second of the simulation, it will request 10 interests, equally spaced by 0.1s:


If initial interest will not bring data, individual interest will be re-transmited.


> On Feb 16, 2015, at 5:08 PM, Trade <trade20122012 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks.
> I am reading example in http://ndnsim.net/2.0/examples.html <http://ndnsim.net/2.0/examples.html>
> Why does a consumer send 10 interested every second as below?  If it gets data for the first time, then it already contain in CS. No needs to keep requesting.
> consumerHelper.SetAttribute("Frequency", StringValue("10")); // 10 interests a second
> On 2/16/15 5:06 PM, Alex Afanasyev wrote:
>>> On Feb 16, 2015, at 5:03 PM, Trade <trade20122012 at gmail.com> <mailto:trade20122012 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I see. So if in the case of multiple different data , then it should get different delay for each data?
>> There is only one data for the expressed interest, even if the interest is re-transmitted multiple times.  Multiple interests for **different data** may result in multiple data packets back.  Depending on the scenario, delays could be different or the same.
>> --
>> Alex
>>> On 2/16/15 5:01 PM, Alex Afanasyev wrote:
>>>> There is only one received data :)  Even if by some accident another data is retrieved, it most likely will not get back to the consumer (there is no PIT entry for it).  Even if there is a way that the data actually goes back to consumer (which is practically impossible), it will be ignored by the consumer app.

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