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A Survey on TCP-Friendly Congestion Control

Author(s): Jörg Widmer, Robert Denda, Martin Mauve.
Title: A Survey on TCP-Friendly Congestion Control
Published: Special Issue of the IEEE Network Magazine "Control of Best Effort Traffic" 15 (3), pp. 28-37, May/June 2001
Keyword(s): congestion control, TCP-friendliness, TCP, multicast, fairness
Abstract: New trends in communication,in particular the deployment of multicast and real-time audio/videostreaming applications, are likely to increase the percentage ofnon-TCP traffic in the Internet. These applications rarely performcongestion control in a TCP-friendly manner, i.e., they do not sharethe available bandwidth fairly with applications built on TCP, such asweb browsers, FTP- or email-clients. The Internet community stronglyfears that the current evolution could lead to a congestion collapseand starvation of TCP traffic. For this reason, TCP-friendly protocolsare being developed that behave fairly with respect to co-existent TCPflows. In this article, we present a survey of current approaches toTCP-friendliness and discuss their characteristics. Both unicast andmulticast congestion control protocols are examined, and an evaluationof the different approaches is presented.
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