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In this paper we evaluate rate distributions between competing flows in a network of DropTail queues. Specifically we look at the case when some of the flows are non-conformant or mis-behaving and it's effect on conformant flows. Our results show in a network of DropTail queues mis-behaving flows can have significantly higher bandwidth allocations at the cost of conformant flows. Further this unequal sharing worsens in a multi-bottleneck scenario where conformant flows may consistently timeout.doi:10.1109/glocom.2003.1258811 dblp:conf/globecom/ChandrayanaK03 fatcat:kfdntoscofdklokilm3itewtwq