[Jack-Devel] Netjack 2: how to improve reliability by

André Pinto andredasilvapinto at gmail.com
Thu May 21 11:32:36 CEST 2015

Dear Leonardo,

Thank you for your reply. I've considered Jacktrip before, but is not an
option because it doesn't run on Windows (and I have one Windows laptop at
home). I didn't know nj-bridge at all. Where can I find more information
about it?


On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 11:26 AM, Leonardo O. Gabrielli <
leonardo.o.gabrielli at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Andre,
> I have experience with several WiFi 802.11 setups but not with netjack,
> which IMHO is the least suitable solution. If u want still to go on that
> way I suggest to increase the period size, to allow the network to hand
> buffers in and out with shorter deadlines, I guess that should help.
> The other way is using jack clients such as jacktrip or nj-bridge. I
> employed those for networked performances over the internet or wireless and
> tolerate some jitter, just adjust the buffer size at the expense of latency
> (not a big deal in your use case). Nj-bridge may be more suitable to you as
> it instantiate mono directional flows.
> Best
> Leonardo
> http://a3lab.dii.univpm.it/research/wemust
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