Using HTTP for delivery in Delay/Disruption-Tolerant Networks
draft-wood-dtnrg-http-dtn-delivery-09

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Authors Lloyd Wood  , Peter Holliday 
Last updated 2014-12-04 (latest revision 2014-06-02)
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Abstract

This document describes how to use the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, HTTP, for communication across delay- and disruption-tolerant networks, by making every transit node in the network HTTP-capable, and doing peer HTTP transfers between nodes to move data hop-by-hop or subnet-by-subnet towards its final destination. HTTP is well- known and straightforward to implement in these networks.

Authors

Lloyd Wood (l.wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)
Peter Holliday (peter@ps-e.com.au)

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