Guaranteed TCP Friendly Rate Control (gTFRC) for DiffServ/AF Network
draft-lochin-ietf-tsvwg-gtfrc-02

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Abstract

This memo introduces gTFRC, a TCP-Friendly Rate Control providing throughput guarantee over the DiffServ/AF class. gTFRC is largely based on TFRC [2]. It provides a mean to take into account the quality of service negotiated with the network. As a result, the mechanism is able to reach a minimum throughput guarantee whatever the flow's RTT and target rate.

Authors

Emmanuel Lochin (Emmanuel.Lochin@nicta.com.au)

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