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1. How to test drive a networking application with custom protocol?    stackoverflow.com

I'm currently developing two Java networking applications for school projects. One over TCP and the other one over UDP. In both I have to implement simple custom protocol. Even though I'm trying ...

2. Mock / Simulator for Network Traffic in Software Testing    stackoverflow.com

Requirements: I wish there was a software that does:

  • runs my application in "learn mode"
  • logs any network traffic
  • creates a database of request-response combination (e.g. http)
  • runs my application in "offline mode"
  • catches any network ...

3. How to implement a network protocol?    stackoverflow.com

Here is a generic question. I'm not in search of the best answer, I'd just like you to express your favourite practices. I want to implement a network protocol in Java ...

4. Problems writing a protocol on top of sockets in Java    stackoverflow.com

I'm writing a protocol on top of sockets, so I've decided to implement headers then send the information. So there is one thread per connection on the server which sits there ...

5. Tips about design/implementation of own protocol    stackoverflow.com

Where I work we are in need of a protocol capable of:

  • User login/logout
  • Send/recive instructions
  • Send/recive files
  • Send/recive audio stream(could use RTP)
  • Send/recive small XML files Use
  • cryptography for all those.
It will be implemented in java. ...

6. network layer protocol programming    coderanch.com

9. network time protocol    coderanch.com

10. Confusion about network protocols    forums.oracle.com

Broadcasting in networking means sending packets or information to all the clients connected to the network. Multicasting in networking means sending packets to a set of clients connected to a network and the source sends the packet inly once. The networks takes care of replicating the packets as the destinations routes are split along the path Unicasting is where the packets ...

11. About Custom Network Protocols    forums.oracle.com

Hi, I'm developing a Server-Client application. So far I've got a custom protocol to accomplish some tasks. The issue is, that I will release the protocol, but I'm using the java DataInput/OutputStreams for this in the server and client, and I know that primitive data in java are different in how they are made (high bits first, or last, don't know ...

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