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Using HTTP/2 as a Transport for Arbitrary Bytestreams

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Authors Eric Kinnear , Tommy Pauly
Last updated 2020-05-07 (Latest revision 2019-11-04)
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HTTP/2 provides multiplexing of HTTP requests over a single underlying transport connection. HTTP/2 Transport defines the use of the bidirectional extended CONNECT handshake to negotiate the use of application protocols using streams of an HTTP/2 connection as transport.


Eric Kinnear
Tommy Pauly

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