ISE write-up for: draft-williams-exp-tcp-host-id-opt-05
"Recent IETF proposals have identified benefits to more distinctly
identifying the hosts that are hidden behind a shared address/prefix
sharing device or application-layer proxy. Analysis indicates that
the use of a TCP option for this purpose can be successfully applied
to a broad range of use cases. This document describes a common
experimental TCP option format for host identification."
This draft was reviewed for me by David Borman, Alex Zimmerman, Wes George
and Joe Touch; Lars Egert said "tagging packets behind a middlebox is
helping pervasive surveilance."
Most of these REVIEWERS have worked with the authors to improve the draft.
This draft has IANA Considerations; it "uses the shared
experimental options format [RFC6994], with ExID=0x0348 (840) in
network-standard byte order. This ExID has already been registered
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