[e2e] MSS and cwnd increase
Taehyun.Kim at freescale.com
Mon Jul 3 08:35:48 PDT 2006
I studied a similar problem (video streaming over TCP) to quantify the
impact of TCP on the buffering delay. Please refer
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> [mailto:end2end-interest-bounces at postel.org] On Behalf Of
> Salman Abdul Baset
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> To: Joe Touch
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> Subject: Re: [e2e] MSS and cwnd increase
> We want to understand the TCP behavior when it carries
> cbr(voice) traffic. You might be aware that Skype is also
> sending voice over TCP in certain scenarios.
> Ofcourse, I am not going to suggest that it is a good idea to
> do that; rather, we are trying to understand various
> circumstances (packet loss, delay) under which a Skype like
> application can possibly send voice traffic over TCP without
> incurring too much delay and jitter. NAT and firewall
> restrictions are examples of settings where an application
> may want to send voice over TCP. Again, the purpose is to
> understand the effects and this does not imply that we are
> recommending this practice.
> On Sat, 1 Jul 2006, Joe Touch wrote:
> > Salman Abdul Baset wrote:
> > > I am wondering how the Linux 2.6 updates its congestion
> window when
> > > a CBR stream (packet size << MSS) is sent over TCP.
> > The better question is why are you sending CBR over TCP?
> > Joe
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