Session Control Protocol V 2.0
draft-evans-v2-scp-00

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Abstract

This document describes version 2.0 of the Session Control Protocol (SCP)[1]. SCP provides a simple mechanism for creating multiple lightweight connections over a single TCP connection. Several such lightweight connections can be active simultaneously. SCP provides a byte oriented service, but allows message boundaries to be marked.

Authors

Simon Spero (ses@unc.edu)
Jim Lyon (jimlyon@microsoft.com)
Johannes Klein (klein_johannes@tandem.com)
Keith Evans (keith@loc252.tandem.com)

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