Internet Traffic Load Balancing using Dynamic Hashing with Flow Volume

  title={Internet Traffic Load Balancing using Dynamic Hashing with Flow Volume},
  author={Ju-Yeon Jo and Yoohwan Kim and H. Jonathan Chao and Frank L. Merat},
Sending IP packets over multiple parallel links is in extensive use in today’s Internet and its use is growing due to its scalability, reliability and cost-effectiveness. To maximize the efficiency of parallel links, load balancing is necessary among the links, but it may cause the problem of packet reordering. Since packet reordering impairs TCP performance, it is important to reduce the amount of reordering. Hashing offers a simple solution to keep the packet order by sending a flow over a… CONTINUE READING
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