TWAMP Control of a TCP Connection
draft-morton-ippm-twamp-tcp-00

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Abstract

This memo describes a feature for the core specification of TWAMP - the Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol: an optional capability where a TCP connection can be coordinated between two participating hosts. The feature includes the ability to control TCP configuration settings and byte stream characteristics, enabling diagnostic testing.

Authors

Al Morton (acmorton@att.com)

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