Fault Management Mechanism in MPTCP Session
draft-kang-tcpm-fault-management-in-mptcp-session-00

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Authors Jiao Kang  , liangqiandeng 
Last updated 2021-02-10 (latest revision 2020-08-09)
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Abstract

This document presents a mechanism for fault management during a MPTCP session. It is used to convey subflow failure information from client to server by other subflow running normally. It includes: 1) a new Fault Announce Option for describing subflow failure, 2) implementation and interoperability of this option during a MPTCP session when one subflow suffers a failure. In fact, the server is able to determine network problems accurately based on these fault information reported from multiple clients for their connections.

Authors

Jiao Kang (kangjiao@huawei.com)
liangqiandeng (liangqiandeng@huawei.com)

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