DOCSIS Performance Issues (2005)

By Jim Martin

We have developed a model of DOCSIS using the ‘ns’ simulation package. We identify a set of possible DOCSIS performance issues which includes complex interactions between downstream TCP connections and upstream MAC operation, vulnerabilities caused by MAC level denial-of-service attacks and fairness issues. We summarize our ideas involving bandwidth management to address the issues.

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