Maximizing End-to-End Network Performance Thomas Hacker University of Michigan October 5, 2001 Introduction Applications experience network performance from a end customer perspective Providing end-to-end performance has two aspects Bandwidth Reservation Performance Tuning
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MSS = 4418, RTT = 70 msec, p = 1/10000 for all connections