Part I: buffer sizes for core routers

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Part I: buffer sizes for core routers
In this article we describe recent work on buffer sizing for core Internet routers. This work suggests that the widelyused rule of thumb leads to buffers which are much larger than they need to be. For example, the buffer in a backbone router could be reduced from 1,000,000 packets to 10,000 without loss in performance. It could be reduced even further, perhaps to 10
Damon Wischik, Nick McKeown
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Updated 15 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2005
Where CCR
Authors Damon Wischik, Nick McKeown
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