On a related note, I have been poking around in ns2 trying to see if I can simulate TCP
flows over a UFB service to see the effect of different BWP burst sizes.
However the diffserv model in ns2 doesn't drop packets marked red, it only assigns a
higher RED drop probability - not quite the behaviour I was looking for.
Has anyone on the list played with ns2 or ns3 and looked at modelling QoS stuff?
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And any advice on defining such operator shaping/policing policies to make them less
likely to cause adverse behaviour (eg, being less sensitive to packet arrival time of the
"last packet of the burst arrived 1ms too soon, so we threw it away, have a nice
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