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Published on Apr 26, 2012
MultiPath TCP used over Ethernet/WiFi/3G on our Linux Kernel implementation.
We start an ssh-session with X-redirection and launch xscreensaver demo on the distant MPTCP-capable server.
We then turn off Ethernet and WiFi and thanks to MultiPath TCP the ssh-session is able to handover the traffic to 3G without interrupting the user-experience. Without our MPTCP Linux Kernel the session would simply stop working and the user would need to restart the ssh-session.
In the video you see a trafficmonitor on the right, displaying the instantaneous amount of traffic going over each interface. Top is Ethernet, middle is WiFi and bottom is 3G.