Limited IP Header Compression over PPP
draft-jurski-pppext-iphc-02

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Abstract

The negotiation options specified in RFC 2509 defined an all-or-nothing strategy for applying header compression: peers were assumed to support compression for any combination of headers. [RFC3544] refined that strategy to make it possible to negotiate header compression for only TCP or only non-TCP packets (and also added Enhanced RTP-Compression negotiation option). The current document further refines the strategy by also making it possible to negotiate header compression for only particular combinations of headers or header types.

Authors

Janusz Jurski (jjurski@eti.pg.gda.pl)

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