27 Feb 2001 Raphael   » (Master)

There is a pointer to the improvements for TCP in the Ericsson Eifel license that I mentioned. The first paragraph contains a reference to the Internet-Draft that describes the Eifel algorithm. Mind you, this is a draft and not yet an RFC.
In the References section of the draft, there is a link to a paper that gives a bit more information about why the Eifel algorithm could be useful for TCP.
Oh and by the way, I come from the french-speaking part of Belgium, not from France. ;-)

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