TLS Renegotiation Support Extension to HTTP/2

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Author Mike Bishop 
Last updated 2015-09-25 (latest revision 2015-03-24)
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The HTTP/2 spec requires that TLS renegotiation not be employed when the negotiated application protocol is HTTP/2. This document defines an extension to HTTP/2 which permits renegotiation to be employed by peers which mutually consent to do so, while allowing peers to understand whether renegotiation is permitted before attempting it.


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