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ANCS
2007
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
Experimenting with buffer sizes in routers
Recent theoretical results in buffer sizing research suggest that core Internet routers can achieve high link utilization, if they are capable of storing only a handful of packets...
Neda Beheshti, Jad Naous, Yashar Ganjali, Nick McK...
CONEXT
2007
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
Router buffer sizing revisited: the role of the output/input capacity ratio
The issue of router buffer sizing is still open and significant. Previous work either considers open-loop traffic or only analyzes persistent TCP flows. This paper differs in two ...
Ravi S. Prasad, Constantine Dovrolis, Marina Thott...
CCR
2006
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8 years 7 months ago
Update on buffer sizing in internet routers
In the past two years, several papers have proposed rules that suggest two to five orders of magnitude reduction in Internet core router buffers. Others present scenarios where bu...
Yashar Ganjali, Nick McKeown
SIGCOMM
2004
ACM
9 years 24 days ago
Sizing router buffers
All Internet routers contain buffers to hold packets during times of congestion. Today, the size of the buffers is determined by the dynamics of TCP’s congestion control algor...
Guido Appenzeller, Isaac Keslassy, Nick McKeown
CCR
2005
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8 years 7 months ago
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 tha...
Damon Wischik, Nick McKeown
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