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For questions about network congestion, where a network node or link is carrying more data than it can handle. For instance, you are troubleshooting or trying to find a bottleneck in your network topology.

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If I, as the sender, decide to ignore the Congestion indication from the Receiver, and continue to send traffic as fast as I can, I am only shooting myself in the foot because sooner or later the Receiver … This is why you don't typically see senders ignoring congestion indications, because its beneficial to both parties (sender and receiver) to obey the congestion control rules and slow down their transmission …
answered Dec 28 '14 by Eddie
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But unfortunately it isn't always a direct sign that congestion is the issue. If you could provide some packet captures, that would help us help you determine what the problem is. … Typically, high RTT means congestion, and high Packet Loss indicates an unreliable path (which can also be due to a plethora of different reasons). …
answered Dec 2 '14 by Eddie