Re: [tcpm] draft-eggert-tcpm-historicize-00

David Ros <David.Ros@telecom-bretagne.eu> Tue, 15 June 2010 12:08 UTC

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Le 9 juin 2010 à 22:33, Hagen Paul Pfeifer a écrit :

> 
>> the sensor networks I'm familiar with use IP, but don't use TCP, for
>> many of the same underlying reasons.
>> http://sat-net.com/L.Wood/dtn/saratoga
> 
> Yes, the characteristics and problems are nearly the same. The papers I read
> ("Making TCP/IP Viable for Wireless Sensor Networks", "Hop-by-Hop TCP for
> Sensor Networks", ...) are pure academic papers and I personally saw no sensor
> network TCP implementation in the wild.
> 


Hi,

FWIW, the Contiki OS for sensors does have a TCP implementation (albeit with a lot of limitations, it seems). I don't know if it's used by anybody :-), but it's already there in the code.

Regards,

David.


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