Transport parameters for 0-RTT connections
draft-kuhn-quic-0rtt-bdp-07

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Authors Nicolas Kuhn  , Stephan Emile  , Gorry Fairhurst  , Tom Jones 
Last updated 2020-11-19 (latest revision 2020-05-18)
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Abstract

0-RTT mechanisms reduce the time it takes for the first bytes of application data to be processed in a transport connection and can greatly reduce connection latency during setup. The 0-RTT transport features described by quic-transport help clients establish secure connections with a minimal number of round-trips. This document describes a generic method to exchange path parameters relating to transport. The additional transport parameters can help a connection that continues after an interruption or restarts by sharing connection properties. They can be used to increase the performance for a path with large RTT.

Authors

Nicolas Kuhn (nicolas.kuhn@cnes.fr)
Stephan Emile (emile.stephan@orange.com)
Gorry Fairhurst (gorry@erg.abdn.ac.uk)
Tom Jones (tom@erg.abdn.ac.uk)

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