Generic TCP Encapsulation
draft-herbert-tsvwg-gte-00

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Abstract

This specification describes Generic TCP Encapsulation (GTE) which is a method to encapsulate packets of different IP protocols within TCP data streams. Encapsulating packets in TCP facilitates communications across networks that block or sub-optimally handle non-TCP traffic. GTE is an adaptation of Generic UDP Encapsulation (GUE) to work in the context of TCP. GTE employs the GUE encapsulation format and optional extensions.

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Tom Herbert (tom@herbertland.com)

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