Improving TCP Congestion Control over Internets with Heterogeneous Transmission Media

@inproceedings{Parsa1999ImprovingTC,
  title={Improving TCP Congestion Control over Internets with Heterogeneous Transmission Media},
  author={Christina Parsa and J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves},
  booktitle={ICNP},
  year={1999}
}
We present a new implementation of TCP that is better suited to today’s Internet than TCP Reno or Tahoe. Our implementation of TCP, which we call TCP Santa Cruz, is designed to work with path asymmetries, out-of-order packet delivery, and networks with lossy links, limited bandwidth and dynamic changes in delay. The new congestion-control and error-recovery mechanisms in TCP Santa Cruz are based on: using estimates of delay along the forward path, rather than the round-trip delay; reaching a… CONTINUE READING
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