DOUG_BELL wrote:No, it is NOT possible. Every bit of hardware and software that handles UDP packets is designed to drop packets. If your protocol can't handle a dropped packet it's a disaster waiting to happen. What happens if your listening app is swapped out because of a VM shortfall?
This is a dedicated system (no Internet, or WAN/LAN) so *100% accuracy is possible*.
Probably, the UDP SO_SNDBUF and SO_RCVBUF are too small.
I am just coming up to speed on understanding these, and assume them to be the buffers between the UDP hardware and the application software.
We need 100MBps are are sending fixed 1050 byte size datagrams. And doing little else.
Robert Cohen wrote:Actually, it stands for User.
You are aware the the U in UDP stands for unreliable, right?