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TCP Extended Data Offset Option
draft-touch-tcpm-tcp-edo-03

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Authors Dr. Joseph D. Touch , Wesley Eddy
Last updated 2014-07-02
Replaced by draft-ietf-tcpm-tcp-edo
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Abstract

TCP segments include a Data Offset field to indicate space for TCP options, but the size of the field can limit the space available for complex options that have evolved. This document updates RFC 793 with an optional TCP extension to that space to support the use of multiple large options such as SACK with either TCP Multipath or TCP AO. It also explains why the initial SYN of a connection cannot be extending as a single segment.

Authors

Dr. Joseph D. Touch
Wesley Eddy

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