Round-trip delay time (RTD) Details

Posted: August 1, 2013 in Computer and Internet
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Round-trip delay time (RTD) is the time that a data packet in a computer network needs to travel from source to destination and back again. It is the sum of the spent time from point A to point B and the duration from point B to point A. Associate the previous article on Ping or Packet Internet Groper. This method of measurement is therefore much more commonly used in the practice of network …

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