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The Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP) protocol was proposed to provide a great variety of functionality to real-time applications. Its congestion control mechanisms were defined to be friendly to the TCP-Reno, which makes its operation inappropriate to high speed networks. In this paper, a variant of the DCCP, called FAST DCCP, is proposed to overcome such deficiency. As evidenced by experimental evaluation as well as by simulation, the new protocol scales with the increase of network capacity.