Allman, Mark

RFCs Publications

International Computer Science Institute
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Chair, icar, Improved Cross-Area Review. IETF working group, General area. Concluded March 2005.

Chair, IMRG, Internet Measurement Research Group. IRTF research group.

Chair, tcpimpl, TCP Implementation. IETF working group, Transport area. Concluded October 2000.

Chair, tcpm, TCP Maintenance and Minor Extensions. IETF working group, Transport area.


RFCs:

[RFC 2414] Increasing TCP's Initial Window.

[RFC 2428] FTP Extensions for IPv6 and NATs.

[RFC 2488] Enhancing TCP Over Satellite Channels using Standard Mechanisms.

[RFC 2525] Known TCP Implementation Problems.

[RFC 2577] FTP Security Considerations.

[RFC 2581] TCP Congestion Control.

[RFC 2760] Ongoing TCP Research Related to Satellites.

[RFC 2988] Computing TCP's Retransmission Timer.

[RFC 3042] Enhancing TCP's Loss Recovery Using Limited Transmit.

[RFC 3148] A Framework for Defining Empirical Bulk Transfer Capacity Metrics.

[RFC 3390] Increasing TCP's Initial Window.

[RFC 3465] TCP Congestion Control with Appropriate Byte Counting (ABC).

[RFC 3517] A Conservative Selective Acknowledgment (SACK)-based Loss Recovery Algorithm for TCP.

[RFC 3708] Using TCP Duplicate Selective Acknowledgement (DSACKs) and Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) Duplicate Transmission Sequence Numbers (TSNs) to Detect Spurious Retransmissions.

[RFC 5290] Comments on the Usefulness of Simple Best-Effort Traffic.


Publications:

Allman, Mark.
Improving TCP Performance Over Satellite Channels.
June 1997. Master's thesis, Ohio University.

Allman, Mark.
An Evaluation of TCP with Larger Initial Windows.
December 1997. Washington, DC. 40th IETF Meeting -- TCP Implementations WG.

Allman, Mark; Hayes, Chris; Ostermann, Shawn.
An Evaluation of TCP with Larger Initial Windows.
March 1998.

Allman, Mark; Griner, Jim; Kruse, Hans; Tran, Diepchi.
HTTP Page Transfer Rates Over Geo-Stationary Satellite Links.
March 1998. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Telecommunication Systems.

Allman, Mark.
On the Generation and Use of TCP Acknowledgments.
July 1998. ACM Computer Communication Review, 29(3).

Allman, Mark; Paxson, Vern.
On Estimating End-to-End Network Path Properties.
1999. Proc. SIGCOMM'99.

Allman, Mark.
TCP Byte Counting Refinements.
July 1999. ACM Computer Communication Review, 29(3).

Allman, Mark.
On the Generation and Use of TCP Acknowledgments.
July 1999. ACM Computer Communication Review, 29(3).

Allman, Mark.
A Web Server's View of the Transport Layer.
October 2000. ACM Computer Communication Review, 30(5).

Allman, Mark; Blanton, Ethan.
On Making TCP More Robust to Packet Reordering.
January 2002. ACM Computer Communication Review, Vol. 32, No. 1.

Allman, Mark; Floyd, Sally; Medina, A.
Measuring the Evolution of Transport Protocols in the Internet.
Apr 2005. Computer Communications Review.

Allman, Mark; Lee, J.; Pang, R.; Paxson, Vern,
The Devil and Packet Trace Anonymization.
January 2006. Computer Communication Review 36(1).


RFCs Publications