Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] DPLPMTU merge tweaks (#3702)

Martin Thomson <notifications@github.com> Thu, 28 May 2020 23:55 UTC

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@martinthomson commented on this pull request.



> +
+From the perspective of DPLPMTUD, QUIC transport is an acknowledged
+packetization layer (PL). A sender can therefore enter the DPLPMTUD BASE state
+when the QUIC connection handshake has been completed.
+
+
+### Sending QUIC DPLPMTUD Probe Packets
+
+DPLPMTU probe packets are ack-eliciting packets.  Probe packets that use the
+PADDING frame implement "Probing using padding data", as defined in
+Section 4.1 of {{!DPLPMTUD}}.  Endpoints could limit the content of probe
+packets to PING and PADDING frames as packets that are larger than the current
+maximum packet size are more likely to be dropped by the network.
+
+DPLPMTU probe packets consume congestion window, which could delay subsequent
+transmission by an application.

Maybe one of you can make a suggestion for what this can say (or file an issue for follow-up).

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