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Is there any TCP/IP protocols experts who can help me?
I would like to implement the TCP/IP protocols. Can anyone help me pls?

Thanks.
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Is this a PM-related question?!
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 15, 2022 10:40 AM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi Abolfazi

it is a software project which will require a special PM framework. Although I am looking for more than just PM expertise. I am also looking for those who have expertise in implementing TCP/ip also.

Regards Jean
Nov 15, 2022 9:48 AM
Replying to Abolfazl Yousefi Darestani
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Is this a PM-related question?!
Hi Abolfazi

it is a software project which will require a special PM framework. Although I am looking for more than just PM expertise. I am also looking for those who have expertise in implementing TCP/ip also.

Regards Jean
Hi Jean , I have been working with IT projects and I am pretty familiar with TCP/IP protocols for systems networking . Are any specific objectives you are trying to achieve?
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 15, 2022 8:03 PM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi, Silvu thanks for your reply. First, I want to implement the tcp/ip for linux ubuntu. Second I want to add to the tcp/ip implementation for example for windows and linux. I would like to get a full source code of implementation of tcp/ip for linux. I am thinking writing in C++ and Python. Thanks in advance. Jean
Its hard to understand the objective because everything is today based on TCP/IP (I know, everything is a harder word to use). Echoing @Silviu commnet above I think the key point is what you are trying to achive and because of that the product/service/result to be created has to be defined as far as it is possible because the amount of information you have. With this on hand then you can define the way (program/project) to create it.
Jean -

can you clarify what you mean by implementing TCP/IP protocols? Most operating systems will provide TCP/IP services out of the box, and setting them up is part of their initial configuration and beyond that, further tuning is usually left to network analysts.

Are you looking at setting up a new network or adding devices to an existing one?

Kiron
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 15, 2022 8:04 PM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi Kiron I want to implement tcp/ip protocols for linux Ubuntu.

Regards. Jean
Nov 15, 2022 11:17 AM
Replying to Silviu Serbanescu
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Hi Jean , I have been working with IT projects and I am pretty familiar with TCP/IP protocols for systems networking . Are any specific objectives you are trying to achieve?
Hi, Silvu thanks for your reply. First, I want to implement the tcp/ip for linux ubuntu. Second I want to add to the tcp/ip implementation for example for windows and linux. I would like to get a full source code of implementation of tcp/ip for linux. I am thinking writing in C++ and Python. Thanks in advance. Jean
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2 replies by Silviu Serbanescu and Stéphane Parent
Nov 15, 2022 10:53 PM
Silviu Serbanescu
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Hi Jean , as @Kiron mentioned most of those Operating Systems come with out- of - box TCP/IP protocols which are bound to their network interfaces. So as long a physical layer ( network card) exists then the TCP / IP protocol can be easily configured part of the networking stack . The configuration requires the binding of the protocol to the interface and allocating an IP address that usually is a Private IP address ( behind a Firewall which takes the Public routable IP address) . I am not sure what do you mean about writing a code for this protocol - unless you meant to write a code on top of the networking protocol - as an application layer . Hope that helps .
Nov 16, 2022 6:56 AM
Stéphane Parent
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Hey Jean Laval. I would strongly avoid C++ or Python for your development platform. C++, the object-oriented version of C, compiles into a program that is ten times slower than C. Python, an interpreted language, would be even slower.

Speed becomes crucilal for transfer protocols. You need to code much closer to the CPU instruction sets to avoid bloated, slow code.
Nov 15, 2022 12:20 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Jean -

can you clarify what you mean by implementing TCP/IP protocols? Most operating systems will provide TCP/IP services out of the box, and setting them up is part of their initial configuration and beyond that, further tuning is usually left to network analysts.

Are you looking at setting up a new network or adding devices to an existing one?

Kiron
Hi Kiron I want to implement tcp/ip protocols for linux Ubuntu.

Regards. Jean
Nov 15, 2022 8:03 PM
Replying to Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi, Silvu thanks for your reply. First, I want to implement the tcp/ip for linux ubuntu. Second I want to add to the tcp/ip implementation for example for windows and linux. I would like to get a full source code of implementation of tcp/ip for linux. I am thinking writing in C++ and Python. Thanks in advance. Jean
Hi Jean , as @Kiron mentioned most of those Operating Systems come with out- of - box TCP/IP protocols which are bound to their network interfaces. So as long a physical layer ( network card) exists then the TCP / IP protocol can be easily configured part of the networking stack . The configuration requires the binding of the protocol to the interface and allocating an IP address that usually is a Private IP address ( behind a Firewall which takes the Public routable IP address) . I am not sure what do you mean about writing a code for this protocol - unless you meant to write a code on top of the networking protocol - as an application layer . Hope that helps .
Nov 15, 2022 8:03 PM
Replying to Jean Laval Chue Him
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Hi, Silvu thanks for your reply. First, I want to implement the tcp/ip for linux ubuntu. Second I want to add to the tcp/ip implementation for example for windows and linux. I would like to get a full source code of implementation of tcp/ip for linux. I am thinking writing in C++ and Python. Thanks in advance. Jean
Hey Jean Laval. I would strongly avoid C++ or Python for your development platform. C++, the object-oriented version of C, compiles into a program that is ten times slower than C. Python, an interpreted language, would be even slower.

Speed becomes crucilal for transfer protocols. You need to code much closer to the CPU instruction sets to avoid bloated, slow code.
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1 reply by Jean Laval Chue Him
Nov 19, 2022 2:36 AM
Jean Laval Chue Him
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Thanks for the tip Stephane.
Nov 16, 2022 6:56 AM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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Hey Jean Laval. I would strongly avoid C++ or Python for your development platform. C++, the object-oriented version of C, compiles into a program that is ten times slower than C. Python, an interpreted language, would be even slower.

Speed becomes crucilal for transfer protocols. You need to code much closer to the CPU instruction sets to avoid bloated, slow code.
Thanks for the tip Stephane.

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