Re: [multipathtcp] charter discussion

<philip.eardley@bt.com> Thu, 06 April 2017 09:06 UTC

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Behcet,

The slide was intended to be just a very high-level sketch. In both #1 and #2, the objective of the signalling is to get an endpoint’s IP address info into the ‘other’ proxy, so the proxy can do address mapping (translation) on subsequent packets (including the ACK) so that packets can travel between the endpoints. In both #1 and #2, the idea is that this signalling is done along with the TCP SYN, so that the connection via the proxies is set up with no delay (“0 RTT”)

Best wishes,
phil

From: Behcet Sarikaya [mailto:sarikaya2012@gmail.com]
Sent: 31 March 2017 16:53
Cc: Eardley,PL,Philip,TUB8 R <philip.eardley@bt.com>om>; multipathtcp@ietf.org; Joe Touch <touch@isi.edu>
Subject: charter discussion

Hi all,

Regarding the charter discussions that happened at the mptcp session on Thursday March 30, I asked a question but I could not understand the answer, let me ask it again.

In chairs slides page 12, TCP SYN shown in Option 1 and Option 2 actually were different although the slides seems to show that they are the same.

In Option 1, if the proxy sends TCP SYN than is it OK in a conversation the destination does not know who the source is?

In Option 2, if TCP SYN sent was the original TCP SYN from the source then

how come the TCP-ACK goes through the proxy?
A node sending a packet without its address as source address means it is router, right?

Regards,

Behcet