[e2e] random early time-to-die
Jonathan M. Smith
jms at central.cis.upenn.edu
Thu Jun 14 06:42:09 PDT 2001
Let's say I change my TTL in response to packet death. Then I am responding to
a signal about the "cost" of traversing the network, as indicated by the
"charging" mechanism, no? From the client perspective, this might look like
At 09:24 AM 6/14/2001 -0400, Murat Yuksel wrote:
> > This is a form of congestion pricing using the TTL as a purse?
>I think it is not "pricing". You are decreasing TTL for the purpose of
>defining when to kill the packet. Congestion based pricing would be to
>increase the price of that packet rather than killing it.
> > At 02:01 PM 6/14/2001 +0100, Jon Crowcroft wrote:
> > >here's an odd idea
> > >
> > >what if we decrement TTL by an amount proportional to the marking
> > >probability (instead of marking or dropping in RED)?
> > >
> > >j.
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