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Automating the Initial Window in TCP
draft-touch-tcpm-automatic-iw-03

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Last updated: 2013-01-17 (latest revision 2012-07-16)
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Abstract

The Initial Window (IW) provides the starting point for TCP's feedback-based congestion control algorithm. Its value has increased over time to increase performance and to reflect increased capability of Internet devices. This document describes a mechanism to adjust the IW over long timescales, to make future changes more safely deployed and to potentially avoid reexamination of this value in the future.

Authors

Joseph Touch <touch@isi.edu>

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