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Compound TCP

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  1. a Microsoft algorithm that is part of the Windows Vista and Window Server 2008 TCP stack

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  2. designed to aggressively adjust the sender's congestion window to optimise TCP for connections with large bandwidth-delay products while trying not to harm fairness (as can occur with HSTCP)

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  3. a Microsoft algorithm included in Windows Vista

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  4. also available for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 via a hotfix

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  5. Like FAST TCP and TCP Vegas, compound TCP uses estimates of queueing delay as a measure of congestion

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  6. enabled by default in computers running beta versions of Windows Server 2008 and disabled by default in computers running Windows Vista

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