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Additional Communication Patterns for NSIS

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Martin Stiemerling , Marcus Brunner
Last updated 2006-06-20
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The General Internet Signaling Transport (GIST) protocol defines two message routing methods. These methods are used by the currently defined NSIS Signaling Layer Protocols to route their messages. This message routing method mechanism opens the space for supporting multiple communication patterns. This memo describes the usage of the additional communication patterns with GIST's message routing method mechanism.


Martin Stiemerling
Marcus Brunner

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