Who wants SACK? (Re: was My planned work on networking stack)
pete at he.iki.fi
Tue Mar 9 14:16:15 PST 2004
Mike Silbersack wrote:
>SACK itself really doesn't do much, it's all the new congestion control
>schemes (FACK, Rate Halving, etc) that come shipped with most SACK
>implementations that do the work and contain most of the complexity.
And all this would be non-issue within normal operational context if
routers would contain adequate buffering and not run crappy software
which drops packets by default even without congestion.
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