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The advertisement allows each contributing station to limit its rate, to the current weight-adjusted fairRate, resulting in changes to rate statistics measured on the downstream link of the congested station The rate statistics are used to ensure that the condition b1+ +b6 LINK_RATE(1-fa) is met when adjusting the fairRate The adjusted fairRate is then advertised upstream The feedback between the congested station and the contributing stations allows continuous adjustment of rates to meet the fairness objectives The fairness procedure is able to indicate a single congestion point, known as a choke point, to each station Figure 126 provides an example in which multiple stations on the ringlet are congested Each station independently computes a fairRate Congested station S4 computes a fairRate of 10 units and receives an advertised fairRate of 5 units from downstream neighbor S5 The advertisement originated at downstream station S6 Comparing the fairRates, S4 determines that the fairRate of S6 is more restrictive (ie, smaller) than its own fairRate S4 propagates the advertised fairRate of S6 (5 units) instead of advertising its own fairRate (10 units) By advertising the more restricted fairRate of S6, it is ensured that the condition bi/wi fairRate is met for both sets of contributing stations (ie, S1 S4, and S5 S6) The result is that stations S1 S3 are not aware of the less restrictive congestion being experienced by S4, and will not limit the traffic destined to S5; this will not create a problem because if the congestion at S4 becomes more restrictive than the congestion at S6 the result will be similar to the next example Figure 127 illustrates the case in which stations S4 and S6 are again congested but the fairRate computed by S4 is more restrictive (ie, smaller) than the fairRate computed by S6 Station S4 computes a fairRate of 10 units and receives an advertised fairRate of 20 units originating from S6 and propagated by S5 Comparing the fairRates, S4 determines that its fairRate is smaller than that of S6 S4 advertises its own fairRate rather than propagating the advertised fairRate of S6 By advertising the more restrictive fairRate of S4 between S4 and S1, and the less restrictive fairRate of S6 between stations S6 and S4, it is ensured that the condition bi/wi fairRate is met for both sets of contributing stations (ie, S1 S4 and S5 S6), while not unnecessarily restricting the rates of stations S5 and S6
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S4 Fairrate = 10
S6 Fairrate = 20
Figure 127 Local fairRate more restrictive than received fairRate
As illustrated in Figure 128, an exception to the rule of propagating the more restrictive fairRate is made when it is determined that no station upstream of S4 is adding traffic that passes through both S4 and S6 at a rate greater than the fairRate advertised by S6 In the example, the stations S1, S2, and S3 add fairness eligible traffic at rates of 1 unit, 2 units, and 1 unit, respectively While S4 does not have knowledge of these individual rates, it does measure the rate of transiting traffic bound for destinations beyond S6; in this case, 4 units It can be inferred that no single contributing station, S1, S2, or S3, is contributing (ie, adding fairness eligible traffic transiting S6) at a rate greater than 4 units since it is known that the sum of this traffic is not greater than 4 units Propagation of the fairRate of 5 units beyond station S4 would, therefore, not reduce the contributing rate of any station upstream of S4 S4 advertises the value FULL_RATE indicating to upstream stations that their contributing rates need not be restricted As illustrated in the preceding examples, a station can advertise one of three possible values to its upstream neighbor
Its locally computed fairRate The fairRate advertised by its downstream neighbor The value FULL_RATE indicating that upstream stations are not contributing to downstream congestion
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