—In the current high speed networks, it is
increasingly important to have mechanisms that keep
throughput high but average queue sizes low. The queue
management algorithm, which is applied to a router,
plays an important role in providing Quality of Service
(QoS). This paper present a Simulation-based
performance Evaluation of two well known transport
layer protocol TCP and UDP using two popular queue
management methods; Random Early Detection (RED)
and Drop Tail, in terms of throughput, queuing delay,
packet drop rate and bandwidth utilization. In this
paper we study the effect of buffer behavior on each one
of these QoS measurements. TCP, UDP and shared
topology scenarios are simulated by considering varying
number of client case topologies and also the effect of
performance in TCP and UDP with increasing the
number of client. This simulation report is useful for
implementing the queue management algorithm in
router based on the traffic type and bandwidth.
—TCP, UDP, drop tail, RED queue, bandwidth
delay product, throughput and end-to-end delay.
The author is with Computer Networks and Internet engineering
Division, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, Bangalore,
India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite:Manas Pratim Sarma, "Performance Measurement of TCP and UDP Using
Different Queuing Algorithm in High Speed Local Area
Network," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 682-686, 2013.