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Re: TCP congestion
On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 11:07:00 PDT, Philip Lavine said: > What is strange is there is nothing prior to the drop off that would be an > impetus for congestion (no high BW utilization or packet loss). Just because there wasn't any congestion reason that *you* could see where you hat your instrumentation doesn't mean there's 100% congestion free end-to-end. (Feel free to hit delete if you actually *do* have instrumentation looking both directions on every segment involved). Who knows, maybe a few packets got corrupted on the wire, and the TCP chucksum actually caught it and dropped the offending packets.