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- n. Application-level throughput, i.e. the number of useful bits per unit of time forwarded by the network from source to destination, excluding protocol overhead such as retransmissions.
They offer nodes that can mesh up and provide the 10 Mbps U/D goodput on the tenth hoop with latency smaller than 30ms (less than 3 ms per hoop).
Especially over low bandwidth links, the volume of LSA data can overcome the datastream, leading to lower goodput.