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Sharing SCTP connection with multiple threads

I have an application that needs to run in SCTP environment, I have a question in sharing the connection among multiple threads for packet receiving only, I've tried with the sctp_sendmsg and it ...
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Which topics do I need to research to enable me to complete my self-assigned “Learning Project”?

I want to continue learning C#. I've read parts of a few books recommended on here and the language is feeling more familiar by the day. I'd like to tackle a mid-sized personal project to take my ...
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How to rewrite a TCP MMOG server designed to run in a single machine, in a distributed way?

I have a MMOG server running on C++, using winsockets. My server won't support more than 200 players. I had the idea of redesigning it so it will use multiple servers instead of one, so, maybe, for ...
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Geo IP data on stackoverflow API?

Have just looked at stackgeography and at soapi. I cannot see where the geo data comes from as it's not on the soapi. Can anybody shed some light on that? More info on the stackgeography
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How to connect iPad app to an app I have running in Windows

I recently picked up a macbook and want to start doing some apps for my ipad. I have a chat client written in c# that interfaces a game I play. What I would like to do is write an app for the ipad ...
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Can I advance my career in the USA if I lack local networking? [closed]

I'm a web developer with 10 years of experience in the Microsoft stack. I was brought to the US by my company, but my contract has ended. I want to continue pursuing a career in the US, but it seems ...
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Is TCP/IP an OSI Replacement or both are inter-dependent and meant to work together

I'm confused in differentiating the OSI Model and TCP/IP suite. As per my knowledge. OSI is a structure on top of which Networks are built and TCP/IP is the suite of protocols that operate on these 7 ...
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C programming in Windows 7 [closed]

Which is the best book and what are the best tools for C programming in Windows 7? Would using C in any way hinder me when it comes to using the Windows API as opposed to using C++ or C#? I would ...
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Is it possible to integrate UDP file transfer into a .NET web application?

Background I have recently been tasked with designing a rebuild of an existing .NET web application that currently uses a third-party company to handle large file transfers (as big as 50Gb). ...
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What is the development workflow for an Android SIP application? [closed]

I want to build an Android SIP application, and I'm looking at csipsimple's source for inspiration. I am using: Linux, Eclipse 3.7, Android sdk & ndk, swig. What are the development phases or ...
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Is there really such a thing as “push”?

Once you escape the realm of electrical signals and are dealing with software, is there really such a thing as a "push" architecture where there isn't periodic polling? I can't think of any design ...
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Book on network cryptographic protocols [closed]

I am looking for a book that describes in fair detail the most common network cryptographic protocols such as SSL, TLS, SSH, HTTPS, etc. I already have some books that cover the underlying ...
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SS7(M3UA, SCCP, TCAP, MAP) Stack

I'm building an open source SMSC from scratch; it's almost finished, The SRI and the forwardSM operations are working, but I still have few things to do for the receiving part. I've built the SS7 ...
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audio and video data in RTP

Suppose a user wants to transmit both audio and video to another user, whose formats are AMR for audio and H.264 for video. Does the user have to transmit audio and video packets always separately? ...
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How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?

I’m developing a simple peer-to-peer app in .Net which should enable users to share specific content (text and picture files). As I've learned with my last question, inappropriate content can ...
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VPN or TLSv1 for securing a programs protocol from field device to mainframe

I am working on a product that requires devices to exists anywhere in the world hooked up to the internet though cell modems or on WLAN lines which communicates to a server(s) that exists elsewhere in ...
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How do I optimize a web application for high-latency users?

Basically, I have an application that does searches and requests results from a backend via long polling. It connects to the backend which collects results for 500 ms then sends them back to the ...
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Difference between networking programming and socket programming

Are there any major differences when we talk about "socket programming" compared to "network programming"? Are there some topics that cover "network programming" but not "socket programming"?
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How a port “listens”, pull or push?

When you write a code to listen from a port, like 80 for example, what happens under the hood? Is the method the OS uses to listen is pull, or push? In other words, does the OS checks that port every ...
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Creating a P2P application using Java

I am preparing to start a 3rd year project using Java. The object is to create a P2P application where users can write text, draw and edit at the same time. The connection between them must be P2P. ...
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How are multiplayer games designed? [closed]

If each player has their own avatar, that can move, jump, and do actions to entities in the world (let's say, boxes). How is it handled? Is clients sending commands to the server and getting the ...
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solve TOR edge node problem by using .onion proxy?

I would like to improve the TOR network, where the exit nodes are a vulnerability to concealing traffic. From my understanding, traffic to .onion sites are not decrypted by exit nodes, so therefore - ...
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How does an online game continue after the host leaves?

Note: This is a question about networking, not gaming. I'm using StarCraft merely as an example. The game StarCraft (not StarCraft 2) supports online play. One person hosts, and other people join. ...
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Is Linux a neccessity for learning network?

I'm a web developer interested in learning network. I work on Windows platform. Many of my friends and colleagures believe that to learn netwrok, I should become familiar with Linux platform. Should ...
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Group messaging of computers over internet

I want to be able to send messages between computers on the internet network but with minimal functionality requirement are- 1)computers can join/leave the group (I expect the group size to be a ...
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How did programmers use networking to share expensive computer resources in the 60's and 70's?

I'm young and wasn't alive during the 60's and 70's to experience networking and programming as it once was. I have been watching some talks by Van Jacobson on Content Centric Networking, and in ...
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UDP segments that are lost

i know that UDP does not care about segment (packet) order and their arrival on the destination. then how on earth are we able to stream videos? if a segment is lost (doesn't reach the destination), ...
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How to network effectively to get a job [closed]

I have been working for 5 years at the same company now. I want to go and find a new job. Finding jobs or getting interview calls has been difficult, there are have far and few. And to compound the ...
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i want to make some programmer friends but dont know where to really look [closed]

I know this is one good place but what I'm really looking for is contacts, maybe seeing them online, have intelligent conversations etc. Where I live there isn't that many programmers around me ...
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Network application framework/API/etc

With all the web2.0 hype and webapps being all the rage, the only advantage from a corporate POV that I can think of webapps having is that it is easier to service your user base: upgrades become ...
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How to network with other developers?

What suggestions would you give to find networking opportunities or to network at user groups and other developer venues? For instance, if you went to a code camp, would you try to network with other ...
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Serverless protocol [closed]

Ok programmers, here's one for you. I'm writing an open source IM client/protocol as a learning exercise and to scratch my itch about some problems with current protocols. However, I'm poor. I do ...
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confusion between these two networking terms: transmission rate vs. propagation speed

I read this in TCP/IP PROTOCOL SUITE second edition, written by Behrouz A. Forouzan and Sophia Chung Fegan. In traditional Ethernet, the minimum frame length is 520 bits, the transmission rate is ...
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Need pointers on my first Windows program [duplicate]

I'm a Unix programmer and I need to write a (hopefully simple) program for Windows that does the following: (1) Installs from a USB drive (2) Somehow integrates with the OS at a low-level in such a ...
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Is it possible to write a program that pipes the sound from one computer through the sound card of another? [closed]

I have a case where I need to use one computer's sound card to play sound but I want the sound to be generated at another computer that's on the same network as the other. Ideally the program that ...
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What could be my path? Networking, programming, or something else? [closed]

Well first and foremost, I would like to give my brief description: I was an aviation student but I didn't pursue that path because I lost my interest. Now I'm an I.T. student and currently stopped ...
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Can I use silverlight for building SocialNetworking applicaiton?

I am wondering: how feasible it would be to start developing a social networking website entirely based on silverlight; This has been fairly discussed over the years in favor of HTML. Has something ...
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Source code for TCP/IP stack

Am looking for an open source code for the TCP/IP stack. An explanation along the lines of the stack would also help me in understanding the different modules and their interactions. I tried searching ...
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What are all things that do/can happen when a user enters in a web page's URL?

Sorry if this is a naive title. I am trying to break into web development. I have taken a basic intro to OS, intro to Networking as part of my bachelors degree several years ago. I cannot say that we ...