CoAP Time Scale Option
draft-toutain-core-time-scale-00

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Abstract

SCHC compression mechanism for LPWAN network enables IPv6 on devices connected to a constrained network (LPWAN). They can communicate with a CoAP server located anywhere in the Internet. LPWAN network characteristics limits the number of exchanges and may impose a long RTT. The CoAP server must be aware of these properties to manage correctly requests. The Time Scale option allows a device to inform a CoAP server of the duration the message ID value should be kept in memory to manage correctly message duplication.

Authors

Ana Minaburo (ana@ackl.io)
Laurent Toutain (laurent.toutain@imt-atlantique.fr)

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