TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol. It is a transport layer protocol.
Technical paper on an experimental variant of TCP optimised for high-speed, long-distance networks.
Research papers on TCP-Friendly Rate Control
An OpenBSD-specific way to relieve TCP performance degradation due to congestion in the opposite direction across a bottleneck.
Proposed and experimental improvements to congestion control.
Historic description of T/TCP. Includes links to RFCs and source code. Not being updated since Richard W. Stevens has passed away.
In-depth analysis of the TCP protocol for IT administrators and engineers.
A meta-FAQ about TCP/IP regularly posted to Usenet.
Concise descriptions of the different algorithms involved in implementing TCP.
A list of pointers to author's copies of TCP-related papers from (now closed) IETF TCP Over Satellite working group.
The goal is to make 100Mbps TCP streams over wide-area networks possible for general users.
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