Are there any 'tricks' that I can use to make sending data messages
larger than 64KB back over UDP?  (i.e. any Ruby functions that will
break up a message into smaller chunks and then reassemble)

On 7/6/05, Yohanes Santoso <ysantoso-rubytalk / dessyku.is-a-geek.org> wrote:
> Joe Van Dyk <joevandyk / gmail.com> writes:
> 
> > Related question:
> >
> > If I need to send a message that's greater than 64KB back, is there
> > some standard Ruby way of doing so?  (64KB seems to be the maximum
> > packet size)
> 
> No. That's the maximum size of a UDP packet, and since UDP is a
> datagram protocol, there is no mechanism to say 'this packet is a
> continuation of that packet' at the UDP level. You'd have to do so at
> a higher level.
> 
> YS.
> 
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