Radhakrishnan et. al propose a new scheme (Fast Open) that allows clients to send data with their first packet (SYN) to the server. Their goal is to describe a scheme that allows for data to be sent from server to client in the first round trip without introducing significant vulnerabilities to denial-of-service attacks.
Daniel Chiu & James Hong 1. Introduction In their original paper, Dukkipati et. al lay out an argument for increasing TCP’s initial congestion window size . Their motivation for doing […]
Abstract The Chrome web browser keeps HTTP connections open in the hopes of reusing them and reducing the cost of creating TCP connections, but even then about ⅓ of HTTP […]
Team: Antonin Bas and Diego Pontoriero Sources: Aggarwal, A., Savage, S., Anderson, T. Understanding the Performance of TCP Pacing. Appenzeller, G., Keslassy, I., McKeown, N. Sizing Routing Buffers. SIGCOMM ’04. […]
Joseph Wen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tim Hiseh(email@example.com) Introduction Denial of Service attack (DoS) works by forcing a victim host to waste its finite resources (computational power, network bandwidth, …) on useless […]
Team: Nikhil Handigol, Brandon Heller, Vimal Jeyakumar, and Bob Lantz. Key Result(s): DCTCP consistently maintains a small queue occupancy while maintaining high throughput. Source(s): M. Alizadeh, A. Greenberg, D.A. Maltz, […]
Team: Mackenzie Cumings and Anusha Ramesh. Key Result(s): TCP Incast collapse should be observed with increase in number of servers taking part in a “barrier synchronized” transaction for the default […]