Abstract Mechanisms for a Cooperative Path Layer under Endpoint Control
draft-trammell-plus-abstract-mech-00

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Abstract

draft-trammell-plus-abstract-mech-00 Abstract This document describes the operation of three abstract mechanisms for supporting an explicitly cooperative path layer in the Internet architecture. Three mechanisms are described: sender to path signaling with receiver integrity verification; path to receiver signaling with confidential feedback to sender; and direct path to sender signaling.

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Brian Trammell (ietf@trammell.ch)

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