[midcom] New Internet Draft on SIMCO over SCTP

Sebastian Kiesel <kiesel@ikr.uni-stuttgart.de> Mon, 17 October 2005 08:39 UTC

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From: Sebastian Kiesel <kiesel@ikr.uni-stuttgart.de>
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Subject: [midcom] New Internet Draft on SIMCO over SCTP
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Dear all,

Please find below the announcement for a new Internet Draft that
specifies how to transport SIMCO over SCTP. Experience with a
prototype implementation has shown that this has several advantages
over using TCP. Any comments are welcome.

Thanks,
   Sebastian

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Sebastian Kiesel                University of Stuttgart
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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.


	Title		: SIMCO over SCTP
	Author(s)	: S. Kiesel
	Filename	: draft-kiesel-midcom-simco-sctp-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2005-10-13
	
   This document specifies how to use SCTP for the transport of the
   SIMCO (Version 3.0) protocol.  SIMCO (SImple Middlebox COnfiguration)
   is a protocol that implements the MIDCOM semantics.  It can be used
   for controlling middleboxes such as firewalls and network address
   translators.  SCTP (Stream Control Transmission Protocol) is a
   transport layer protocol that is expected to have advantages for this
   type of application, compared to TCP, which is the default transport
   layer protocol for SIMCO.  The specific requirements for SIMCO when
   using SCTP instead of TCP are specified in this document.

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