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Old 08-08-2004, 01:32 PM   #1
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Rtp Any One?


I am looking to implement the RTP protocol.
I have gone through all the pains of reading and stuff.

I do understand the protocol now.

What i am not getting yet, is what is the face of a rtp packet when it is sent?

Ofcourse an rtp header would contain things like

unsigned int seqNo
unsigned int payloadType

etc etc

But what is its shape at the time when it is sent across the network as a UDP packet

I have searched the net, did'nt find any thing related to this

So currently any thing from any one would go for me.

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