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Does it make sense that I have 5ms Ping with 98% packet loss? Yes, it makes sense if your application doesn't care about the packet loss. But if the application actually wants to know how well it can communicate on some higher-level protocol, then it doesn't make sense at all. In that case, it makes much more sense to measure the RTT directly using a ...


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Your buffer of all callbacks is basically unavoidable, I'd not be much concerned about it. The required size will depend on the expected number of outstanding requests at any time, not on the total traffic, so it is very likely bounded. Depending on the reliability requirements, you could implement a growable buffer, but as you're dealing with an unreliable ...


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