"Mukosi Mukwevho" <mukosi%gmail.com@localhost> writes: > As part of the research studies that I am doing, I need to be able to > simulate the ealier version of TCP (as per RFC 793), that means > running TCP stack without congestion control algorithms. How can > I run TCP stack on NetBSD without the support of TCP Congestion > Control Algorithms, i.e. Slow Start, Cogestion Avoidance, Fast > Retransmit and Fast Recovery? Mukosi, You are repeatedly asking the same question of multiple people and apparently on multiple lists - this practice does not conform to our mailing list norms. The answer is clear: you have to read the source code and figure it out. Because you say you are in a MS program, pretty much everyone here expects you to do the necessary work to understand things. If you ask a specific question about a tricky bit, then you'll likely get a more detailed response. But people here are very wary of doing other people's homework - these sorts of queries come in all the time. If it took you a month of reading code that would be in my view fine - that's certainly what I did when I was a grad student. Although back in those days, we didn't have NetBSD, just 4.2BSD, and that only after having to take a UNIBUS to the office.
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