[Cake] Query Regarding CAKE
dave at taht.net
Mon Nov 19 12:59:57 EST 2018
Shefali Gupta <shefaligups11 at gmail.com> writes:
> Hello Jonathan and Dave,
> Thanks for the quick replies.
> We took sometime to understand the whole framework and have come up
> with some more queries:
> 1. Can we use the COBALT code available on the following link as a
> 2. Since ns-3 code is in C++, we're hoping to implement the different
> modules (four modules as mentioned in LANMAN paper) of Cake in
> separate classes.
> Is that approach fine? or you recommend us to implement all modules in
> a single file as done in Linux?
I see jon has a later reply to this, this is just a note.
I would in the long run, really like to see a C++ boost library
implementing all the bufferbloat-fighting algorithms generically - I
tend to think that GPS fair and load-shedding and rate-limiting behavior
would be a boon in many applications.
I started work once on doing something generic in userspace in C but,
well, go do a "man queue" and recoil in horror. I should stick that
somewhere and tie myself to the chair long enough to finish it.
hmm... perhaps Go?
> Thanks and Regards,
> Shefali Gupta
> Jendaipou Palmei
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