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Quic Timestamps For Measuring One-Way Delays

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Author Christian Huitema
Last updated 2023-03-01 (Latest revision 2022-08-28)
Replaces draft-huitema-quic-1wd
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The TIMESTAMP frame can be added to Quic packets when one way delay measurements are useful. The timestamp is set to the number of microseconds from the beginning of the node's epoch to the time at which the packet is sent. The draft defines the "enable_timestamp" transport parameter for negotiating the use of this extension frame, and the TIMESTAMP frame.


Christian Huitema

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