Aggregate traffic performance with active queue management and drop from tail

  title={Aggregate traffic performance with active queue management and drop from tail},
  author={Gianluca Iannaccone and Martin May and Christophe Diot},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
Active queue management (AQM) refers to a family of packet dropping mechanisms for router queues that has been proposed to support end-to-end congestion control mechanisms in the Internet. In this paper, we examine the performance of AQM mechanisms by varying two parameters: the queue size and the dropping function. AQM flavors considered include "RED", the more recently proposed "Gentle RED" and an additional mechanism we call "Gentle RED with instantaneous queue size".We use experimentation… CONTINUE READING
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