Re: Acking out-of-order packets?

Fri, 4 Mar 88 14:23:47 EST

   Date: Fri, 4 Mar 88 09:59:41 CST
   From: "Stuart Levy" <>

> Be aware that packets may have other reasons for arriving out of order than
> that they've followed multiple paths.

I recall that at one point Wideband Network BSATS also had a tendency
to re-order packets--by pushing to the end of the queue those packets
which had missed their satellite reservations.



Mark L. Lambert
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
Distributed Systems Group


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