[Winpcap-users] pcap_next_ex for real time application

Thomas O'Hare Tom at RedTile.Com
Wed Aug 30 08:23:24 GMT 2006

We just has a question similar in nature.  May I ask what CPU load you
are using?  IOW, are you looping or using another technique.  I guess %
of CPU use would be a good indicator.

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laurent.charreire at voila.fr wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm developping a real time application (multi-threading with MFC) which aims at decoding RTP packets to create audio file.
> I make use of pcap_next_ex() in my filtering thread.
> To test my program, I'm using a rtpdump file (G.711 PCMA) and rtpplay tool.
> I don't understand why my filtering thread handles packets faster than 20 ms (length of my packet G.711 PCMA): it detects packets every 2 ms... :(
> As a consequence, my decoding thread can not deal with so many bursts : buffer jitter is getting full and so on.
> Thanks in advance for your support.
> http://mail1.voila.fr/webmail/fr_FR/write.html#
> Envoyer
> Regards,
> Laurent Charreire
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