[e2e] how far it queues?
barney at tp.databus.com
Wed Oct 2 10:54:45 PDT 2002
I believe you're asking the wrong question. A lot of QoS stuff is to
change behavior under non-mean transients, to reduce jitter. Also,
with a dozen or more hops across the Internet, it's not clear that
no congestion anywhere along the path is "normal". Anyway, it's
the heavy tail that QoS folks worry about, not the mean. Try searching
for RED router.
On Wed, Oct 02, 2002 at 12:13:52PM -0300, Alexandre L. Grojsgold wrote:
> Maybe I used the wrong search engines, maybe I am asking myself the wrong
> question :(
> Any hints? What I am trying to find out is the mean length of an output
> queue in a typical router, within a typical (backbone) mesh, in normal
> non-congested operation.
I'm available by contract or FT: http://www.databus.com/bwresume.pdf
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