A third drop level for TCP-RED congestion control strategy
Hamadneh, N., Dixon, M., Cole, P. and Murray, D. (2011) A third drop level for TCP-RED congestion control strategy. Proceedings of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 81 (57). pp. 892-898.
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This work presents the Risk Threshold RED (RTRED) congestion control strategy for TCP networks. In addition to the maximum and minimum thresholds in existing RED-based strategies, we add a third dropping level. This new dropping level is the risk threshold which works with the actual and average queue sizes to detect the immediate congestion in gateways. Congestion reaction by RTRED is on time. The reaction to congestion is neither too early, to avoid unfair packet losses, nor too late to avoid packet dropping from time-outs. We compared our novel strategy with RED and ARED strategies for TCP congestion handling using a NS-2 simulation script. We found that the RTRED strategy outperformed RED and ARED.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Information Technology|
|Publisher:||World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology|
|Copyright:||Creative Commons Attribution license|
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