Nasif Ekiz

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In both TCP and SCTP, selectively acked (SACKed) out-of-order data is implicitly renegable; that is, the receiver can later discard SACKed data. The possibility of reneging forces the transport sender to maintain copies of SACKed data in the send buffer until they are cumulatively acked. In this paper, we investigate the situation where all out-of-order(More)
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Previously, we identified the failure-induced receive buffer (rbuf) blocking problem in Concurrent Multipath Transfer using SCTP multihoming (CMT), and proposed CMT with a Potentially-failed destination state (CMT-PF) to alleviate rbuf blocking. In this paper, we complete our evaluation of CMT vs. CMT-PF. Using ns-2 simulations we show that CMT-PF performs(More)
While analyzing CAIDA Internet traces of TCP traffic to detect instances of data reneging, we frequently observed seven misbehaviors in the generation of SACKs. These misbehaviors could result in a data sender mistakenly thinking data reneging occurred. With one misbehavior, the worst case could result in a data sender receiving a SACK for data that was(More)
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