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courses:ct30a5000:assignment1 [2012/09/04 13:25]
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courses:ct30a5000:assignment1 [2012/09/04 13:27] (current)
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   * 28.8.2012: More clear packet length description   * 28.8.2012: More clear packet length description
   * 30.8.2012: Corrected message types in packets. Added few more hints.   * 30.8.2012: Corrected message types in packets. Added few more hints.
-  * 04.9.2012: Requirement clarification:​ Only IPv4 is required but with the help of [[courses:​ct30a5000:​example_codes#​tcp_example|tcp example code]] IPv6 support can be implemented.+  * 04.9.2012: Requirement clarification:​ Only IPv4 is required but with the help of [[courses:​ct30a5000:​example_codes#​tcp_example|TCP example code]] IPv6 support can be implemented.
  
  
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 Application requirements:​ Application requirements:​
   * [[generic_features_to_implement|Generic features]]   * [[generic_features_to_implement|Generic features]]
-  * Only IPv4 implementation required in the first one. IPv6 can be established by using the [[courses:​ct30a5000:​example_codes#​tcp_example|tcp example code]].+  * Only IPv4 implementation required in the first one. IPv6 can be established by using the [[courses:​ct30a5000:​example_codes#​tcp_example|TCP example code]].
     * When using IPv6 link local addresses add the interface to the end of the address: e.g. ''​fe80::​7a2b:​cbff:​fea5:​68e0%eth0''​     * When using IPv6 link local addresses add the interface to the end of the address: e.g. ''​fe80::​7a2b:​cbff:​fea5:​68e0%eth0''​
   * Use TCP-protocol for data transfer.   * Use TCP-protocol for data transfer.