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Why use RTP when I can use datagrams?

Tarek Khojah
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I'm working on a small voice-chat application over a LAN, I'm using sockets for that (TCP/IP), the prototype works fine.

If I complete the project before the deadline, I'll look into using datagram sockets for the program to work over the internet.

So how does the RTP fit into all this?
 
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