[Csci551-talk] Project 2 bandwidth limit question
asyed at usc.edu
Sat Apr 16 15:58:30 PDT 2005
Very good question.. Yes, you need to do that, b/c we want to simulate
the packet loss on the link - not that the sender doesn't send it at all
From: Clarence Chung [mailto:cychung at gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2005 2:38 PM
To: Affan, Syed
Subject: Re: [Csci551-talk] Project 2 bandwidth limit question
If a node is dropping an out going message, should the node wait for the
tx delay for that message before sending out the next message?
On 4/12/05, Affan, Syed <asyed at usc.edu> wrote:
> You are right. Request and both reply need to be delayed in projb.
> Best Regards,
> Affan, Syed.
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> I believe in Project A, the simulation of transmission delay is
> applied ONLY to "REPLY" message, but not "REQUEST" messages. Now in
> Project B, from looking at the example given at the end of section 2,
> it seems like the delay applies to all the outgoing message, including
> "REQUEST" and "REPLY" messages, in the addition of the new bandwidth
> requirment. Is this a correct interpretation of the spec?
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