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Create another scenario as a duplicate of the Drop_Fast scenario. Name the new scenario Q4_Drop_Fast_Buffer.

Create another scenario as a duplicate of the Drop_Fast scenario. Name the
new scenario Q4_Drop_Fast_Buffer. In the new scenario, edit the attributes of
the Client_East node and assign 65535 to its Receiver Buffer (bytes) attribute
(one of the TCP Parameters). Generate a graph that shows how the
Congestion Window Size (bytes) of Server_West gets affected by the increase
in the receiver buffer (compare the congestion window size graph from the
Drop_Fast scenario with the corresponding graph from the
Q4_Drop_Fast_Buffer scenario.)

This question was asked on Mar 18, 2010.

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