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THE ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS TCP SUB-VERSIONS AND MECHANISM FOR CONGESTION AVOIDENCE

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Author(s): Misbah Siddiquie

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications
ISSN 2248-9622

Volume: 2;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 8;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: WLAN | ACCESS POINTS | INFRASTRUCTURE MODE | UPLOADING AND DOWNLOADING | TCP WINDOW FULLTCP | HSTCP | TCP-LINUX | CWND | LTE | NS-2.

ABSTRACT
TCP, the most widely used protocol on Internet, has a major problem in that its congestion control does not allow flows to obtain full bandwidth on fast-long distance links. A Performance analysis of TCP-controlled long file transfers in a WLAN in infrastructure mode also with Comparison and Analysis of Congestion Window for HS-TCP, Full-TCP and TCP-Linux in Long Term Evolution System Model is available in the literature with one of the main assumptions being equal window size for all TCP connections. In this paper, we extend the analysis to TCP-controlled long file uploads and downloads with different TCP windows. Our approach is based on the semiMarkov process considered in [1] and [2], but with arbitrary window sizes. We present simulation results to show the accuracy of the analytical model.
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