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Step two in DCCP adoption: The Libraries

Leandro Melo Sales (leandroal@gmail.com)

Multimedia applications are very popular in the Internet. The use of UDP in most of them may result in network collapse due to lack of congestion control. DCCP [RFC 4340] is a new protocol to deliver multimedia in congestion controlled unreliable datagrams.

In this talk I will discuss the results of enabling DCCP in open source libraries, as part of our efforts in disseminating the DCCP protocol to developers. It is a work in progress and currently DCCP is supported in libraries such as GNU CommonCPP, CCRTP (both used in the popular twinkle VoIP application), uCommon, in the GStreamer framework and on Farsight 2.



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