[e2e] ResiliencyToward Packet Misordering
gianluca at sprintlabs.com
Tue Jul 30 18:17:10 PDT 2002
we have been doing some work on this topic and, among
other things, we found that reordering is significantly
less than what was reported in previous works.
if you're interested, we also wrote a tech report:
"Measurement and Classification of Out-of-Sequence
Packets in a tier-1 IP backbone",
Sharad Jaiswal, Gianluca Iannaccone, Christophe Diot,
Jim Kurose, Don Towsley.
Sprint ATL Technical Report TR02-ATL-071121, July 2002.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Craig Partridge [mailto:craig at aland.bbn.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 5:17 AM
> To: tvpoh at essex.ac.uk
> Cc: end2end-interest at postel.org
> Subject: Re: [e2e] ResiliencyToward Packet Misordering
> In message <000201c237b9$55856c40$b629f59b at essex.ac.uk>, "Poh
> Tze Ven" writes:
> >better utilisation of network resource, I believe packet
> misordering is not
> >a pathological behaviour anymore ...
> Have you tested your belief? I'd be interested in seeing
> someone repeat
> the study.
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