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Wed Dec 30 03:30:23 MST 2009
2009/12/30 Mike Kirkland <m.kirkland at comcast.net>
> UDP is not likely a good choice for this as there is no guarantee that the
> data will arrive at the other end. I would suggest sticking with TCP. UDP
> could also present NAT routing issues.
Yes, you are right, but sometimes in internal networks, when communication
errors occur not often, remembering about UDP is good idea.
I did network transmission for MIDI signals for about 100 meters.
TCP/IP has worked with undefined delays.
UDP is only acceptable, but not very good as well.
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