FORGE Course

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Hands on access to Virtual Wall

Hands on access to Virtual Wall University of Patras 14/08/2014 English
FIRE networks control congestion Virtual Wall TCP Teaches University of Patras, ECE 22A709 Network Architectures & Protocols I http://www.ece.upatras.gr/en/education/undergraduate/under-courses.html?id=175 tutorial/assignement PT1H30M 18- mixed Presentation/Tutorial Master level University Student

Theoretical

Please see part 1 of TCP Congestion Control course series
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Learning outcomes

This part uses a simple TCP congestion control exercise to train you on how you can run tasks on testbeds with real hardware resources.


Learning activities

During this simple task a TCP client (node0) connects to a TCP server (node1) and transmits data for 30 seconds. During this connection, in the client node, various TCP parameters are recorded in a file called “tcpout“