When rudp_sendto() is called, the protocol first check if there exists a session between the sender and receiver. If not, the protocol will try to setup a session by sending RUDP_SYN messages. And the packet the application wants to send will be buffered in the created session. After an RUDP_ACK message is received, the server side socket start sending out packets. Go back N protocol is used to control the sending process. After the protocol receives a rudp_close() signal, it will first check whether there are still active sessions and packets in the sending buffer. If not, the protocol will send out RUDP_FIN messages and after receiving RUDP_ACKs, the session is torn down.
Session Establishment and Tearing Down
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