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We consider the adaptation of random early detection (RED) as an active queue management algorithm for TCP traffic in Internet gateways where different maximum transfer units (MTUs) are used. We studied the two RED variants described in [1] and point out a weakness in both. The first variant where the drop probability is independent from the packet size(More)
Current Internet applications can not take advantage of the variety of service classes offered by ATM networks. This is due to the stacking, without specific scheduling mechanisms, of a best-effort network layer on top of ATM. Simultaneously , few native ATM applications have been written specifically in this networking framework. We propose an architecture(More)