SOCKSv5 Protocol Extensions for IPv6/IPv4 Communication Environment
draft-kitamura-socks-ipv6-01

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Abstract

This document describes three types of extensions of SOCKS Version 5 protocol [RFC1928]. A new address type and a new command for Requests and Replies are introduced. These extensions supplement the insufficient generic functions of the SOCKSv5 protocol. These extensions enable a SOCKS server to be used as a translator for IPv4 and IPv6 mixed heteregenous communications with ease. In addition, they make each homogeneous IPv4 and IPv6 communication efficient.

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Hiroshi Kitamura (kitamura@ccm.cl.nec.co.jp)

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