TPLID/selector for CLTP? Mon, 07 February 1994 15:27 UTC

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Subject: TPLID/selector for CLTP?


I asked IANA whether there was a transport layer protocol
ID assigned for CLTP, and the reponse was that it uses 29
(TP4). Is this reasonable? Do CLTP and TP[0-4] use the
same network selector?

Apparently they can be disambiguated on the "type code",
but I sort of thought (from my IP-centric bias) that it would
be better to use different SELs

I thought not; and was going to suggest getting the needed
assignment for CLTP.

Someone have a definitive answer?

Best Regards,