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Testing Reliable UDP class

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Hi everybody, I have written a reliable UDP class and I now have the problem of testing it. I tested it running a server on my website-server and a client on my dsl-connected PC. It worked ;)! But the connection is very good! There were less than 1% packats lost, non dublicated and none out of order. Any ideas of hown I could do a test which proofs that my class works under any condition? Thansk! Nathan

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Write a test program, keep a server up 24/7 and post the source code here(With binary) to a test client so that lots of people can run it.

Make sure you add automatic detection code for connections or have people choose from a list(Having a buttload of ploss is common on a bad dialup)

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You can use netlimiter ( http://www.netlimiter.com ) to cap a program's top u/l and d/l speeds. I'm pretty sure there are programs out there to simulate lag.

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In your send packet and recieve packet functions, randomly drop each packet or delay it. This will be easier or harder depending on how your code is designed.

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