This section describes how messages are transferred in a “perfect” environment, but with no optional optimizations being used. It assumes the following base-line set of conditions:
No delay in request packet delivery. The request packets issued by the requester QP's SQ Logic make their way to the responder QP's RQ Logic in an expeditious manner.
Quick generation of responses. The responder QP's RQ Logic processes each request packet rather quickly and issues the corresponding response packet back to the requester QP.
No delay in response packet delivery. The response packet makes its way back to the requester QP's SQ Logic quickly.
No packets lost. No request or response ...