Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Gorrys invariant nits (#3730)

Gorry Fairhurst <> Tue, 09 June 2020 08:06 UTC

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@gorryfair commented on this pull request.

> @@ -235,11 +240,11 @@ A connection ID is an opaque field of arbitrary length.
 The primary function of a connection ID is to ensure that changes in addressing
 at lower protocol layers (UDP, IP, and below) don't cause packets for a QUIC
-connection to be delivered to the wrong endpoint.  The connection ID is used by
-endpoints and the intermediaries that support them to ensure that each QUIC
-packet can be delivered to the correct instance of an endpoint.  At the
-endpoint, the connection ID is used to identify which QUIC connection the packet
-is intended for.
+connection to be delivered to the wrong transport endpoint.  The connection ID

"destination" sounds like it could be network-layer?

The document uses "QUIC endpoint" elsewhere to refer to an endpoint at the transport layer, so that may perhaps be the term we are looking for?

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