Architectural Considerations for Transport Evolution with Explicit Path Cooperation
draft-trammell-stackevo-explicit-coop-00

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Abstract

The IAB Stack Evolution in a Middlebox Internet (SEMI) workshop in Zurich in January 2015 and the follow-up Substrate Protocol for User Datagrams (SPUD) BoF session at the IETF 92 meeting in Dallas in March 2015 identified the potential need for a UDP-based encapsulation to allow explicit cooperation with middleboxes while using encryption at the transport layer and above to protect user payload and metadata from inspection and interference. This document proposes a set of architectural considerations for such approaches.

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Brian Trammell (ietf@trammell.ch)

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