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Diversity of Multipath Delay in the Internet

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Multipath transport is considered to provide high throughput and reliability. However, the diversity of delay (including: forward delay, backward delay, jitter and RTT ) on multipath might influence its performance. We want to quantify these differences and illustrate some preliminary results. The scheme is sending probe packets to some destinations from two access interfaces provided by two different ISPs. Four types of destinations are selected for testing. The motivation is to provide some helpful information for creating more realistic scenarios in multipath simulation. Our work is also useful in designing protocols for delay-sensitive applications.

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