Congestion Control

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Flow Control
Flow Control

Remember that the hosts on each side of a TCP connection set aside a receive buffer for the connection. When the TCP connection receives bytes that are correct and in sequence, it places the data in the receive buffer. The associated application process will read data from this

Tags receive buffer, congestion control, receive window, tcp connection
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Approaches to Congestion Control
Approaches to Congestion Control

In TCP Congestion Control, we'll look at TCP's specific approach to congestion control in great detail. Here, we identify the two broad approaches to congestion control that are taken in practice and discuss particular network architectures and congestion-control protocols

Tags congestion control, network architecture, network layer, network congestion, transmission rate, choke packet
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Network-Assisted Congestion-Control Example: ATM ABR Congestion Control
Network-Assisted Congestion-Control Example: ATM ABR Congestion Control

We close this section with a brief case study of the congestion-control algorithm in ATM ABR - a protocol that takes a network-assisted approach toward congestion control. We emphasize that our objective here is not to describe aspects of the ATM architecture in great detail,

Tags congestion control, packet switching, transmission rate, tcp protocol
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