[ns] Use of "LossMonitor Agent with TCP Traffic"
Fri, 23 Feb 2001 10:53:11 -0500 (EST)
it can't. TCP needs to exchange messages with its peer to establish and
control the connection, LossMonitor is just a sink.
On Fri, 23 Feb 2001, Titus Awotula wrote:
> Hi NS users,
> I will be gateful if someone could explain to me how the LossMonitor agent
> could be used with "One Way TCP sender"
> I am trying to get the throughput for a traffic using TCP as transport. The
> TCP/Sink agent could not take statistic of the traffic at the destination,
> and if I use the LossMonitor agent, it could not send acknowledgement or do
> other congestion control stuff, thus the "three way hand shake" of TCP may
> not be established.
> Please can somebody help. Should I forget the combination of LossMonitor
> and TCP/Sink and find out how to use the Snoopy objects for throughput
> Titus Awotula, MSc AMIEE
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