Efficient handling of RTP frames?
matevy at arhitektova-delavnica.com
Tue May 11 18:28:02 EST 2004
I did the following in advance to all others said before:
left UDP CRC field empty, so you don't need to calculated CRC. VoIP
systems do not complain about that.
On Mon, 2004-05-10 at 22:58, Sam Ravnborg wrote:
> Hi all.
> We (my company) are looking into a solution for transporting a high amount
> of RTP packets across a single CPU. A 82xx, presumeably a 8270.
> With high amount of RTP packets we are talking about 10 to 20.000 packets
> per second with a payload size of ~64 bytes each (on top of UDP header).
> The RTP packets needs to be sent between an external device connected
> to one of the FCC's (needs to write our own driver here) and the Ethernet
> port sitting on FCC1.
> Does this sound like a dead-end doing this in Linux?
> Can anyone point in a direction where to find more information
> about how to realise this in the most efficiet way?
> Google did not bring up anything useful.
> Thanks in advance,
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