Multipath TCP Address Advertisement
draft-bonaventure-mptcp-addr-00

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Abstract

Multipath TCP [RFC6824] defines the ADD_ADDR option to allow a host to announce its addresses to the remote host. In this document we analyze some of the issues with the address advertisement technique defined [RFC6824] and propose some modifications to mitigate these problems. We also show that the reverse DNS could be an excellent alternative to advertise the stable addresses of a server.

Authors

Olivier Bonaventure (Olivier.Bonaventure@uclouvain.be)

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