Rainbow fair queueing: theory and applications

@article{Cao2005RainbowFQ,
  title={Rainbow fair queueing: theory and applications},
  author={Zhiruo Cao and Ellen W. Zegura and Zheng Wang},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2005},
  volume={47},
  pages={367-392}
}
Fair bandwidth sharing at routers has several advantages, including protection of well-behaved flows and possible simplification of end-to-end congestion control mechanisms. Traditional mechanisms to achieve fair sharing (e.g., Weighted Fair Queueing, Flow Random Early Discard) require per-flow state to determine which packets to drop under congestion, and therefore are complex to implement at the interior of a high-speed network. This scalability limitation of traditional WFQ implementations… CONTINUE READING

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