[ns] ns2 tcp support reg.
shchoi at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 22:46:59 PDT 2005
TCP implementation for ns-2 consider an out-ordered packet as a lost
packet. If the out-ordered packet is delivered _before_ the TCP Agent
gets triple DUPACK, the out-ordered packet is considered not lost. But
if the out-ordered packet is delivered _after_ the triple DUPACK, the
out-ordered packet is considered as a lost packet.
Also, you could deliberately make an out-ordered packet by modifying
the tcp.cc code in ns-2.xx/tcp directory.
On 6/24/05, RaviChandra Chakinala <ch.ravichandra at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am new to ns2. I am trying to re-order packets in a tcp conection
> and try to measure how tcp would be affected. Can someone tell me if
> ns 2 provides with options to re-order tcp packets? Simply stated, is
> there a way to deliberately re-order tcp packets in a connection?
> ravich at ccs.neu.edu
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