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What is the difference between backward and forward explicit congestion signaling?

What is the major difference between backward and forward explicit congestion signaling?
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johnatan
"Backward: Notifies the source that congestion avoidance procedures should be initiated where applicable for traffic in the opposite direction of the received notification. It indicates that the packets that the user transmits on this logical connection may encounter congested resources. Forward: Notifies the user that congestion avoidance procedures should be initiated where applicable for traffic in the same direction as the received notification. It indicates that this packet, on this logical connection, has encountered congested resources."
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sharii
In a very body electrical relay system, FECN (ahead direct blockage notification) is really a coping bit given through the source (mailing) critical requesting that the destination (having) critical decelerate its demands with regard to info.
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