RCP-AC: Congestion Control to Make Flows Complete Quickly in Any Environment

  title={RCP-AC: Congestion Control to Make Flows Complete Quickly in Any Environment},
  author={Nandita Dukkipati and Nick McKeown and Alexander G. Fraser},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM 2006. 25TH IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications},
We believe that a congestion control algorithm should make flows finish quickly - as quickly as possible, while staying stable and fair among flows. Recently, we proposed RCP (Rate Control Protocol) which enables typical Internet-sized flows to complete one to two orders of magnitude faster than the existing (TCP Reno) and the proposed (XCP) congestion control algorithm. Like XCP, RCP uses explicit feedback from routers, but doesn't require per-packet calculations. A router maintains just one… CONTINUE READING
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