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For example, duplicate ACKs can be caused by segments getting dropped by the network. In this case, all segments received by the destination after the dropped segment will trigger duplicate ACKs until the loss is repaired. Duplicate ACKs can also be caused by the re-ordering or replication of segments within the network. TCP’s fast retransmit algorithm uses the arrival of three consecutive duplicate ACKs as an indication that the segment has been lost. After receiving three duplicate ACKs, the sender retransmits the lost segment, without waiting for its retransmission timer to go off.