A MPTCP Congestion Control Algorithm Based on Packet Loss

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Multipath Transmission Control Protocol (MPTCP) is proposed by the IETF working group in 2009, can provide end-to-end multi-channel communication, can greatly increase the utilization of network resources and reliability. The study of the details is underway. Congestion control is one of the main issues in MPTCP study. Its goal is to ensure network throughput, to ensure the fairness of the network and to balance congestion .So this paper mainly studies congestion control algorithm. In terms of resource pooling, we propose a MPTCP congestion control algorithm based on packet loss. The algorithm can guarantee the network throughput and improve the fairness among users ,at the same time, the algorithm greatly achieve resource pooling.

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Wen-Pei Sung, Jimmy Chih-Ming Kao and Ran Chen

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1760-1765

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L. Kou et al., "A MPTCP Congestion Control Algorithm Based on Packet Loss", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 401-403, pp. 1760-1765, 2013

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September 2013

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