TCP Fusion

TCP Fusion is a combination of a loss-based and a delay-based congestion control protocol similar to TCP-Adaptive Reno and Compound-TCP. It combines characteristics of TCP-Reno, TCP-Vegas and TCP-Westwood in its congestion avoidance strategy. In short, the congestion window of TCP-Fusion is decreased without causing too drastic reduction and is increased with smart adaptability to coexisting TCP-Reno flows according to the congestion level measurement estimated from RTT. The goal is to obtain high throughput when there is unused residual capacity while retaining friendliness to exisiting TCP-Reno flows.

References

  • TCP-Fusion: A Hybrid Congestion Control Algorithm for High-speed Networks, K. Kaneko, T. Fujikawa, Z. Su, J. Katto, PFLDnet 2007, Feb. 2007, (PDF)

-- ChrisWelti - 26 Feb 2007

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