TPLID/selector for CLTP?

Dave Katz <dkatz@cisco.com> Mon, 07 February 1994 18:11 UTC

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In-Reply-To: Robert_Ullmann.LOTUS@CRD.lotus.com's message of Mon, 7 Feb 94 09:56:33 EST <9402071456.AA15274@Mail.Lotus.com>
Subject: TPLID/selector for CLTP?

They should be using different SELs.  You should go ahead and ask for one.

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   From: Robert_Ullmann.LOTUS@CRD.lotus.com

   Hi,

   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,
   Robert