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  1. Changes in CCID 2 and CCID 3 Sally Floyd August 2004 IETF

  2. CCID2: Changes from draft-ietf-dccp-ccid2-05.txt: • Response to Idle and Application-limited Periods • Detecting Lost and Marked Acknowledgements

  3. Section 5.1: Response to Idle and Application-limited Periods What does TCP do? • RFC 2581 says that TCP SHOULD slow-start after an idle period. • RFC 2861, Experimental, has a slightly more moderate mechanism for TCP.

  4. Section 6.1.1: Detecting Lost and Marked Acknowledgements • When a packet is lost from DCCP B to DCCP A, DCCP A doesn't know if this was a data packet or an ACK packet. • For the purposes of Ack Ratio calculation, DCCP A assumes that every loss from DCCP B to DCCP A was an ACK loss. - (The NDP Count option can give more information.)

  5. Section 6.1.1, continued: Appendix B: Cost of Loss Inference Mistakes to Ack Ratio • The cost occurs when DCCP B is sending roughly the same amount of data and non-data packets, without NDP Count options, with all acknowledgement information in DCCP-Ack packets. • The cost is moderate.

  6. CCID 3: Changes from draft-ietf-dccp-ccid3-05.txt: • Response to Idle and Application-limited Periods • Response to Data Dropped and Slow Receiver • Other Possible Changes to TFRC • Added a paragraph on the sending rate when no feedback is received from the receiver. (Specified in RFC 3448.) • Expanded on the discussion of the packet size s used in the TCP throughput equation. (One could set the packet size s to MSS).

  7. Section 5.1: Response to Idle and Application-limited Periods • After an idle period, the allowed sending rate is not reduced to less than the initial sending rate. • After that, the sending rate is at most doubled from one RTT to the next.

  8. Section 5.2: Response to Data Dropped and Slow Receiver • Adjusting the receive rate after Data Dropped or Slow Receiver events, to limit the sending rate in the next RTT. This is "SHOULD".

  9. Section 10.2: Other Possible Changes to TFRC Issues listed for future research and engineering: • Sending fewer acknowledgements when the sending rate is low (less than one packet per RTT)? • More than doubling the sending rate, from one RTT to the next? • A higher sending rate after an idle period? • Follows an old section on Possible Changes to the Initial Window.

  10. Possible new efforts: • Standardizing QuickStart (for a faster start-up, with feedback from routers). • A new CCID for VoIP based on RFC 3714, IAB Concerns Regarding Congestion Control for Voice Traffic in the Internet. • At some point, TFRC-PS, a variant of TFRC for flows that adapt their packet size.