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FAQ-MAST TCP for Secure Download

Christo Ananth, S.Esakki Rajavel, I.AnnaDurai, A.Mydeen@SyedAli, C.Sudalai@UtchiMahali, M.Ruban Kingston

Christo Ananth et al. proposed a system which is an innovative congestion control algorithm named FAQ-MAST TCP (Fast Active Queue Management Stability Transmission Control Protocol) is aimed for high-speed long-latency networks. Four major difficulties in FAQ-MAST TCP are highlighted at both packet and flow levels. The architecture and characterization of equilibrium and stability properties of FAQ-MAST TCP are discussed. Experimental results are presented comparing the first Linux prototype with TCP Reno, HSTCP, and STCP in terms of throughput, fairness, stability, and responsiveness. FAQ-MAST TCP aims to rapidly stabilize high-speed long-latency networks into steady, efficient and fair operating points, in dynamic sharing environments, and the preliminary results are produced as output of our project. The Proposed architecture is explained with the help of an existing real-time example as to explain why FAQ-MAST TCP download is chosen rather than FTP download.

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