[ns] R: why RTP header in UDP's sendmsg() ?
fl0wer at virgilio.it
Fri Apr 6 08:36:38 PDT 2007
my guess is that those infos can be useful for
collection. Is the RTP header considered
in the UDP header size? If
not, it is an "invisible"
header, put there just for informational
and not affecting the simulation outcome.
>Da: t.reimann at lancaster.ac.uk
2007 4.37 PM
>A: <ns-users at ISI.EDU>
>Ogg: [ns] why RTP header in
UDP's sendmsg() ?
>I'm not sure if this issue rather
belongs to the dev-mailinglist instead
>of the users' one but since
it's just a question and not some sort of
>contribution I'll try here
>I've looked at the UDP code (in apps/udp.cc) and came to
>everytime the sendmsg() function is called a RTP header
is put on top of
>the packet, including (talk burst) flags, sequence
number, and a time
>Just wondering: What's the rationale
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