[e2e] Packet reordering in Internet
bart at man.poznan.pl
Wed Aug 12 06:50:43 PDT 2009
Some time ago we did some experiments in the pan-European education network. The results of experiments were summarized in a paper.
It is available here: http://tnc2005.terena.org/core/getfile.php?file_id=626 (Shall we worry about Packet Reordering?).
Hope it helps.
From: end2end-interest-bounces at postel.org [mailto:end2end-interest-bounces at postel.org] On Behalf Of Manish Jain
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2009 11:57 PM
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Subject: [e2e] Packet reordering in Internet
I was wondering if there are measurement studies of Internet traffic quantifying the magnitude of packet reordering within a TCP flow. Is reordering a common problem for TCP in the current Internet? How about the load balancing features in the routers from major vendors : is it per flow basis or per packet basis, and if flow based load balancing is done, then how is the flow classification is done these routers?
What could be/are other sources of reordering withing a TCP flow?
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