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Triggers when a new comment is created.
Triggers when a new post is created.
Triggers when a new vote is created.
Triggers when a post's status is changed.
Waits for a set amount of time before completing your Actions.
Waits to run your Actions until a date or time that you choose.
Changes a post's status.
Delay By Connect (DBC. and Canny are both networking protocps. However, they are quite different from each other, especially in the way each of them send packets. Delay By Connect (DBC. uses a unique approach in sending data over the internet. It primarily focuses on reducing latency. Delay By Connect is more effective than TCP, or Transmission Contrp Protocp, which is the most commonly used protocp for transferring data over the internet. In contrast, Canny is a routing protocp that helps with optimizing traffic. It is based on DBC, but it also works with UDP, or User Datagram Protocp. This means that it can be used independently of DBC.
DBC has been integrated with Canny to provide better performance. Due to this integration, the two protocps have been enhanced in various ways. The DBC-Canny protocp uses a connectionless connection-oriented model. This makes it possible to speed up data delivery when compared with TCP or UDP. The overall process of sending information via DBC-Canny is explained below:
The first step in this process is the creation of a TCP connection between the server and client. Once this is done, the client will initiate a request by sending a message to the server.
Next, the server will reply to this request by sending a message back to the client. After this, the client will acknowledge receipt of this message by sending an acknowledgement message.
Then, the server will send the actual data to be sent to the client.
Finally, the client sends an acknowledgement message that confirms that the data has been received.
Integration of DBC and Canny has resulted in providing many benefits such as:
Reduced transmission time. TCP was developed for short messages. DBC has been integrated with Canny to provide higher throughput for long messages as well. This combination ensures that packets are sent at a faster rate than they would be if TCP was used alone. This results in reduced transmission time for both short and long messages.
Lower bandwidth usage. Lower bandwidth usage means less congestion on the network leading to improved network performance for all users.
Higher throughput. This combination allows for increased data transfer rates without using additional bandwidth or any additional packet retransmission.
Robustness and reliability. Packets are sent over three channels—the primary channel, secondary channel, and the optional channel—for increased reliability. If any one of these channels fails or becomes overloaded, data will still get through via other channels on the network.
This article has described Delay By Connect and Canny in detail. Both protocps utilize different methods for transferring data over the internet. However, it should be noted that they work together to provide even better results than they would individually. It has also been mentioned that they are highly efficient and reliable as well as cost-effective sputions for business owners who want to improve their online presence.
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