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Working 

Protocol development for ethernet switch with customized ASIC based on Linux C.

    • ACL, a sequence of permit and deny actions to access-control incoming and outgoing flows.
    • QoS, providing ways for resource management and allocation in computer networks. Many technologies are involved, including flow classification, packet marking, flow policing, traffic shaping, queuing (congestion avoidance), scheduling, and re-marking.
    • Hierarchical QoS, a technology of scheduling services in hierarchical mode. Very suitable for triple-play (data, video, voice) service. Compatible with MEF.
    • Statistics, a common module offering traffic statistics for other protocol modules, such as ACL, QoS, VLAN, MPLS, and so on.

Talks

  1. Distributed Congestion Control based on Active Queue Management. (May 13, 2008, Presentation for Master Graduation.)
  2. Design of a Stabilizing Congestion Controller for Large-Delay Networks. (November 21, 2007, Presentation for Academic Activity in School of Infomation Science & Engineering) 
  3. When TCP Friendliness Becomes Harmful. (October 24, 2007, Slides for Seminar in Networking Optimization Group)
  4. Seminar on Congestion Control in High-speed Networks.(June 25, 2007, Slides for Seminar in Networking Optimization Group)
  5. Gallop TCP: Another Explicit Congestion Control Protocol for Max-min Bandwidth Sharing.(June 19, 2007, Slides for Seminar in Networking Optimization Group)