On Wed, 21 Sep 2016, Alan Jenkins wrote:

That assumes the measured maximum bandwidth (over an interval of 10*rtt) remains constant. (Say there were 100 BBR flows, then you added one CUBIC flow to bloat the buffer). I don't have a good intuition for how the bandwidth estimation behaves in general.


My example was single CUBIC flow already existing, steady state, full speed, filling pipe and buffer with 100ms of packets, and it's not filling buffer to 110ms of packets because its window is full. There is no packet loss currently.

Now you add single BBR flow. What happens, what's the ratio between BBR and CUBIC after 20 seconds of letting things settle down to new equilibrium?

Consider the FIFO buffer practically infinite, or at least able to buffer 5 seconds of packets without drop. It's an interface with a single, stupid, huge FIFO buffer.

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