WRED (Weighted Random Early Detection)

Queuing mechanisms like LLQ are about managing the front of our queues. RED (Random Early Detection) is about managing the tail of our queue. When a queue is full, there is no room for any more packets and the router drops all packets. This is called tail drop. Data traffic is usually bursty so when […]

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