[ns] File transfer protocol for 802.11
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Sat Jan 10 06:52:34 PST 2009
Event bittorrent is already an alternative to content distribution in MANETs.
In a general way, TCP isn't so good to MANETs because the overhead in
handshakes and the well-known problem of delays and packet loss be
interpreted by TCP as congestion. So, TCP will reduce the next window
to avoid the supposed "congestion".
Recently, my work was develop a multicast content distribution
protocol to MANETs. I used UDP and the results were good. It'll apear
in IEEE WCNC (in April). I'll add It to the contribution section of
NS-2 Wiki. Take a look in there to see what is already avaiable.
UFCG / BRAZIL
2009/1/10 Peter Staab <PixStaMP at gmx.net>:
> This is not a ns-2 specific question but it relates to my work with ns-2: which protocol is best for transfering files in wireless 802.11 networks (in ad-hoc mode)?
> I already considered pure FTP or UFTP (UDP FTP). Are there alternative protocols out there?
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