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    TCP Congestion Control.

    by maglena ·

    1)With the TCP Tahoe to be the network configuration
    – Why packet losses during a normal timeout could be much more numerous during the start of the transmission?
    – Give a numerical example assuming a specific capacity of the link and an initial value of the CW that can be successfully transmitted from the initial time t0.

    2)Assume that TCP TAHOE is implemented. Consider the flat horizontal lines
    recorded in a diagram CW (KB) over time (sec). Why do they happen and
    what causes them?

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    • #3940249

      Why does this sound like homework?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to TCP Congestion Control.

      Please folk, the only way to get the “right” answer is if we know the class and textbook. Without that the answers are assuredly wrong or unuseful.

      What do I find to be a cause of packet loss most of the time? WiFi interference and failing WiFi routers.

    • #3940248

      In the time it took you to find forums on the internet,

      by wizard57m ·

      In reply to TCP Congestion Control.

      then post your homework assignments to them, you could have
      just read your textbook and arrived at the answer your instructor
      is looking for.
      Wiz

      ps…the same advice goes for others who wish to post homework
      question

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