|| at Sep 9, 2015 at 11:26 pm
I understand then that you are opening two TCP sockets (I cannot see how
SCTP can help you here), binding them to each of your IP addresses and
connecting simultaneously to the server, asking for different parts of the
file with each one.
What specific Go difficulties are you having when listening on two sockets
instead of just one, which is the simple case?
I cannot see any reason why using Go would make that task harder than using
any other programming language. This is not a "programming language"
problem to solve.
Go will make the concurrent part of receiving the packets and storing them
on disk easier, of course, as Go concurrency is pretty awesome, but
ultimately your Go program will perform pretty much the same tasks than the
same program written in any other language, the Go version will probably be
easier to write, maintain and understand, though.
On Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at 1:34:23 PM UTC+2, Ahmed Sadek wrote:
I have a video file on a server that I would like to stream to a client ,
the client (my laptop) have two IP address / network cards (wifi and
Ethernet for example). my main target is to get the video streamed using
the two connections in the same time, to get faster streaming.
I thought about using two concurrent TCP connections using Go and also
using sctp protocol and came here for some hints or advice from the
community since I am new to Go.
So anyone can guide me, I would be really thankful.
On Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 6:35:46 PM UTC+2, Ahmed Sadek wrote:
I was wondering if there is a method that enable a host to use multiple
interfaces to connect to a server to get a video file, for example using
the wifi and Ethernet interface simultaneously using Go ?
Any hints or tutorials would be a great help, I am new to Go and would
like to achieve multihoming function with it.
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