[e2e] Is RED dead?
jshen_cad at yahoo.com.cn
Wed Oct 19 00:08:32 PDT 2005
> at least two
> reasons. One, if the filter is too broad, the host
> can make all
> traffic look like the profile and get it into the EF
> queues. Two,
> what is the rate at which you set the limit?
This comes back to a very old question, Is those QoS
mechanism developed enough for internet? or Could we
implement QoS control in Internet which is built up
with end-to-end traffic control, stateless
Less and less research work on Qos is published,
while ISPs are trying hard to differentiated their
service among their customers.
> At the heart of it is, the problem these knobs solve
> is a problem most
> people don't seem to be having, or at least one not
> painful enough to
> justify deployment over some other, presumably
> simpler, solution.
So, WRED has more value in 'research' area than
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