Here the scenario I'm imagining. Two messages are transferred, both will require 2 packets each (I know you don't deal with packets directly with TCP, but on the IP level each message will consist of ...
The way i am doing it now is using boost::asio TCP sockets handling everything manually with a main server that orchestrates the processes between the available machines, but the number of machines ...
About a year ago I had an idea in mind which was using my friends computers to help me process my data, so I programmed a socket server application with boost::asio, and gave the client part of it to ...
I have a c++/cli tcp client application sending a data in a specific format like L,20100930033425093,-5.929958,13.164021 to a main application on port 9000.The main application is actually done by the ...