Re: Circle's net protocol

From: d. hall (dhall@APK.NET)
Date: 11/10/97

// thus on Mon, 10 Nov 1997 09:42:03 -0500, Sean virtually wrote:

Sean> [1 <text/plain; us-ascii (7bit)>]
>>> say "Bad! Bad!" =)
>>> One of my first muds was based in Sweeden.  While it was not exactly a
>>> blazing fast connection for me, it was usually pretty good - lag of 30
>>> seconds about 20-30 times a day was not unexpected, but usually it

Sean> Ron Hensley[SMTP:ron@CROSS.DMV.COM]:
>>  For a working example of UDP for a mud in motion, check out MUME. No
>> lag, is faster, no noticeable packets out of order. Less load on the
>> computer cunning the mud, and is over seas, log distance.

>> 4242

Sean> Hrm..... I telneted just fine to this mud, are you sure it is UDP? If
Sean> so, these claims about needing a special client cant be
Sean> true. *ponder*

They have front ends to converted TCP to UCP.


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