Packet-pair sizing for controlling packet dispersion on wired heterogeneous networks


The packet-pair structure is a widely used probing technique for measuring link capacity over network paths. In packet-pair probing, the probe-gap value at the link of interest (e.g., the link with the smallest capacity or any link along a path) is determined for link-capacity measurement, which can be affected if dispersion (i.e., separation) of the packet… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICCNC.2013.6504233


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