[Iccrg] iccrg status at IETF tsvwg meeting
michael.welzl at uibk.ac.at
Wed Mar 22 16:14:56 GMT 2006
For TCP beyond VJ algorithms, you could simply point to the
Roadmap document of TCPM.
For the other things, I'd be happy to help:
Since I had to find an order of importance, and figured
that standardized mechanisms are the most important ones
to know about, I tried hard to cover all of this in my
book on congestion control - see
(I finished it early March 2005, so anything after
that isn't included - but things like Quick-Start are
mentioned even though they are (were) only Internet-drafts).
I could, for instance, go through my references list
and pick out all the RFC and draft citations, and
send it to someone (the list? Keshav? Aaron? who?).
Just a suggestion...
On Wed, 2006-03-22 at 16:45, Aaron Falk wrote:
> (cc'ing the rg list)
> I presented the status slides you provided me at the tsvwg meeting
>  and received a comment which I thought was worth forwarding to
> you and the list. Sally Floyd pointed out in the meeting that there
> is a lot of existing IETF congestion control technology other than
> the VJ algorithms (e.g., ECN, TFRC, RED). What she didn't say, but
> I'd like to suggest, would be to identify the state of the world in
> standardized congestion control, possibly by simply collecting a list
> of appropriate citations.
>  http://www3.ietf.org/proceedings/06mar/slides/tsvwg-12.ppt
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