Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks

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PDF | In cellular networks, a frame size is generally made small to reduce the impact of errors. Thus, a segment of transport layer is splitted into multiple frames before transmission.

Published in: international conference on networking · 2005Authors: Jin Hee Choi · Jin Ghoo Choi · Chuck YooAffiliation: Korea University · Seoul National UniversityAbout: Transmission Control Protocol · Transport layer · Word error rate · Cellular network
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Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks

frame size, the segment size and the frame errors closely since it makes severe influences on TCP and UDP performance. We define some symbols to clarify the following discussions in this paper. – s: payload size of a TCP segment. – H: header size of IP and TCP layers. – M: payload size of a …

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Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks

Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks 263 the number of frames on TCP performance by comparing ‘MSS 600’ with ‘MSS 601’. Fig.6(b) clearly shows the difference between 5 frames (‘MSS 600’) and 6 frames (‘MSS 601’). Even if the latter has better protocol efficiency, it shows fewer throughputs than the former.

Published in: international conference on networking · 2005Authors: Jin Hee Choi · Jin Ghoo Choi · Chuck YooAffiliation: Korea University · Seoul National UniversityAbout: Transmission Control Protocol · Transport layer · Word error rate · Cellular network

Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks – Springer

In cellular networks, a frame size is generally made small to reduce the impact of errors. Thus, a segment of transport layer is splitted into multiple frames before transmission. A problem is that the whole segment is lost when a frame of a segment is lost.

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In cellular networks, a frame size is generally made small to reduce the impact of errors. Thus, a segment of transport layer is splitted into multiple frames before transmission. A problem is that the whole segment is lost when a frame of a segment is lost.

Published in: international conference on networking · 2005Authors: Jin Hee Choi · Jin Ghoo Choi · Chuck YooAffiliation: Korea University · Seoul National UniversityAbout: Transmission Control Protocol · Transport layer · Word error rate · Cellular network

Dynamic segment size adjustment for TCP performance in

Dynamic segment size adjustment for TCP performance in cellular networks. / Choi, Jin Hee; Choi, Jin Ghoo ; Yoo, Hyuck . Digest of Technical Papers – IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics. 2005. p. 95-96 2.4-15.

Optimal TCP segment size for mobile server access over

In this work, we propose a simple algorithm in deciding the optimal TCP segment size to maximize the utilization of the bottleneck wireless TCP connection for mobile contents server access, taking the dynamic TCP window variation into account.

Network MTU Vs. Maximum TCP Packet Size – Lifewire

Higher-level network protocols like TCP/IP can be configured with a maximum packet size, which is a parameter independent of the physical layer MTU over which TCP/IP runs. Unfortunately, many network devices use the terms interchangeably.

TCP Extensions for Wireless Networks

Wireless networks are characterized by losses due to transmission errors and handoffs. TCP interprets these losses as congestion and invokes congestion control mechanisms resulting in degradation of performance. In this paper, I discuss proposed schemes to improve performance of …

What is maximum segment size (MSS)? – Definition from

The maximum segment size (MSS) is the largest amount of data, specified in bytes, that a computer or communications device can handle in a single, unfragmented piece. For optimum communications, the number of bytes in the data segment and the header must add up to less than the number of bytes in the maximum transmission unit (MTU).

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TCP Packet Control for Wireless Networks

lost segment. TCP first inflates cwnd tossthresh +3×SMSS. This reflects the three segments that have left the network (three duplicate ACKs would require three packets to leave the network). For every additional duplicate ACK received, the sender increments cwnd by SMSS to reflect that an additional segment has left the network.

Published in: wireless and mobile computing, networking and communications · 2005Authors: Wan Gang Zeng · Ljiljana TrajkovicAffiliation: Simon Fraser UniversityAbout: Packet loss · Routing protocol · Adverse effect · Wireless network

What are the main MTU and MSS design considerations?

MSS – Maximum Segment Size: The MSS is the largest amount of data, specified in bytes, that a computer or communications device can handle in a single, un-fragmented piece. MSS is configured at layer four or the packet of the OSI model.

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Proactive TCP mechanism to improve Handover performance …

communication performance in Mobile satellite and terrestrial networks. Keywords: Satellite-Terrestrial Network, Inter-system handover, TCP 1. Introduction Traditional terrestrial wireless or cellular networks provide mobile communication services but they remain limited to …

Published in: International Journal of Computer Applications · 2012Authors: Preetida Vinayakrayjani · Sugata Sanyal

TCP – Palo Alto Networks

However, the TCP packet has 4 extra bytes of IP options in the header, so the MSS adjustment size (20+20+4) equals 44, which is larger than the configured MSS adjustment size of 42. The resulting MSS is 1500-44=1456 bytes, smaller than you expected.

Dynamic segment size adjustment for TCP in cellular networks

Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks April 2005 · Lecture Notes in Computer Science In cellular networks, a frame size is generally made small to reduce the impact of errors.