Thanks! Thats a nice protocol you have!

On Nov 28, 2007, at 10:45 PM, Curt Sampson wrote:

> For a typical protocol, you might have states such as:
>
>     - Idle
>     - Sent start message, waiting for response
>     - Connection running but idle
>     - Message sent, waiting for response,
>
> And you'd move between various states based on the packets you send.

Ah, you mean a high level state. In UDT, since it is used to make  
large data transfer faster, I still need to have lower-level control.

My current bottleneck is that of the packets. Is there a recommended  
way to go about constructing them?

BTW, the website: http://udt.sourceforge.net/

Thanks,
-Ari Brown