[e2e] Re: [Tsvwg] Really End-to-end or CRC vs everything else?
matt_wakeley at agilent.com
Thu Jun 7 09:02:54 PDT 2001
Jonathan Stone wrote:
> >crc32 is thought to be better at detecting errors than the alternative, and
> >can be computed at speeds that closely match traditional addition-based
> >checksums. So in designing a new protocol, I'd lean towards crc32.
> But *why* is crc32 thought to be better than a 32-bit mod-2^32
> checksum or a fletcher checksum with two 16-bit halves?
> A citation would be wonderful.
try draft-sheinwald-iSCSI-CRC-00.txt It has lots of citations in it.
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