[e2e] OS Implementation of Byte Counting during Congestion Avoidance
jassduec_sam at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 4 15:44:28 PDT 2006
FreeBSD surely does it. At least the version (5.3),
which i looked at. I am not sure about NetBSD and
--- Salman Abdul Baset <salman at cs.columbia.edu> wrote:
> I was wondering if OSes implement byte counting
> during congestion
> avoidance. From my investigation it appears:
> 1) Linux
> 2.6.16 and higher implement RFC 3465 Appropriate
> Byte Counting during
> slow start. However, it does not implement byte
> counting during
> congestion avoidance.
> 2) Windows XP
> Does not implement byte counting during slow
> start and congestion
> 3) Windows Vista
> Will implement RFC 3465 which means byte counting
> during slow start.
> Not sure about byte counting during CA.
> 3) MacOS, FreeBSD, OpenBSD?
> Does anyone who uses these OSes know if they
> implement byte counting
> during slow-start and congestion avoidance?
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