Calculation for Packet End Time
Round Trip Time is how packets travel between computers. The RTT value is measured in milliseconds. This refers to the amount of time it takes for a packet from its sender to reach the destination and then return. RTT is the difference between the time the packet was sent and the time it was received. If the sender sent the packet at 15.30 and the recipient received it at 15h10 at the same time, the RTT value is 10. RTT does not include packet finishing time. This includes time spent to build, transmit, verify, and validate the packet. Thompson, 2020. Add the packet processing times and RTT to calculate the packet’s finish time. If the RTT equals 10 milliseconds, and the packet processing takes 5 milliseconds, then the complete packet finish time will result in 15 milliseconds (10 + 5 = 15msec). Cont…
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