Milestones, Computer Engineering

Here are some common development milestones that  you should aim for:

1. Send a packet over. Send an acknowledgement back.

2. Have checksum algorithm executed

3. Ability to begin situational errors. Test for:

(a) Lost packet (for now, you will not know of  this fact since no timeout is executed yet.)

(b) lost ack

(c)  damaged (corrupted) packet (don't send any acks back)

4. Timeouts (send packet(s),  timeout, resend)

5. Final Stop and wait correctness

 

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