End-System Optimizations for High-Speed TCP

@inproceedings{Chase2000EndSystemOF,
  title={End-System Optimizations for High-Speed TCP},
  author={Jeffrey S. Chase and Andrew J. Gallatin and Kenneth G. Yocum},
  year={2000}
}
Modern TCP implementations are capable of very high point-to-point bandwidths. Delivered performance on the fastest networks is often limited by the sending and receiving hosts, rather than by the network hardware or the TCP protocol implementation itself. In this case, systems can achieve higher bandwidth by reducing host overheads through a variety of optimizations above and below the TCP protocol stack, given support from the network interface. This paper surveys the most important of these… CONTINUE READING
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