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Re: Question about propagation and queuing delays

  • From: Petri Helenius
  • Date: Mon Aug 22 12:34:05 2005

Tony Finch wrote:

TCP performs much better if queueing delays are short, because that
means it gets feedback from packet drops more promptly, and its RTT
measurements are more accurate so the retransmission timeout doesn't get
artificially inflated.

Sure, but sending speculative duplicate ack's if you're competing seriously of transit bandwidth works even better...
Not sure how to set the evil bit on the packets though...

Pete





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