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Re: TCP congestion
- From: Fred Baker
- Date: Thu Jul 12 14:58:13 2007
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On Jul 12, 2007, at 11:42 AM, Brian Knoll ((TTNET)) wrote:
If the receiver is sending a DUP ACK, then the sender either never
received the first ACK or it didn't receive it within the timeframe it
or received it out of order.
Yes, a tcpdump trace is the first step.