This paper presents a TCP differentiation based on TCP version identification and IEEE 802.11e EDCA for low delay multimedia streaming over wireless LAN. It has been known that delay-based TCP can achieve low delay transport as long as it does not compete with loss-based TCP. However, when competition happens, it seriously decreases its rate by itself due to RTT increase. In order to alleviate this problem, we consider combination of TCP version identification and prioritized transport of delay-based TCP by EDCA at an access point. We evaluate this approach by simulations and implementations, and confirm its effectiveness.