[e2e] WFQ with shared buffering
Arnaud.Legout at sophia.inria.fr
Mon Nov 15 08:29:14 PST 2004
B. *Suter*, T. V. Lakshman, D. Stiliadis and A. Choudhury, "/Design
considerations for supporting TCP with per-flow queuing/," Proc. of
INFOCOMM '98, Apr. 1998.
is a good starting point.
You can also have a look at:
A. Legout, and E. W. Biersack. *"Revisiting the Fair Queueing Paradigm
for End-to-End Congestion Control*". /IEEE Network Magazine/, 16(5),
which extends a simulation of the paper of B. Suter to large topologies.
Stephen Suryaputra wrote:
>I'm wondering if anybody aware of any studies on the effect of sharing buffers among queues
>that are served with WFQ (or any approximation like DRR, SCFQ, ...). I'm interested in the
>scenario when no queues have a dedicated amount of buffering and once the packet is queued, the
>buffer cannot be taken back until the packet is transmitted.
>Any pointer is appreciated.
Arnaud Legout, Ph.D.
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