A high speed file transfer protocol using UDP and TCP for high speed long distance networks, much faster than new TCP congestion control algorithms. Based on Indiana University 2002 Tsunami source code. Contains real-time VSIB DAQ extensions.

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  • Here is how I got tsunami to compile on a solaris machine: ./configure CC=gcc CPPFLAGS=-Du_int64_t=uint64_t -Du_int32_t=uint32_t -Du_int16_t=uint16_t -Du_int8_t=uint8_t LIBS=-lsocket -lnsl -lrt if gcc is not avaliable one needs to remove the -Wall from EXTRA_FLAGS - otherwise it fails (and complains that pthreads are not installed - confusing :)

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  • Hi, There's no 'put' option in Tsunami UDP Protocol. We can only download from a system using get. Is there any option to upload a file to a public machine(having access) from a local system which is in LAN. ? Ur answer is very valuable for me.... Thanks akarthik

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