RE: Questions on HTTP URI schemes and QUIC

Lucas Pardue <> Thu, 19 July 2018 19:36 UTC

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From: Lucas Pardue <>
To: Sridhar Bhaskaran <>, IETF QUIC WG <>
Subject: RE: Questions on HTTP URI schemes and QUIC
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Hi Sridhar,

Thanks for sharing the 3GPP work.

Sridhar wrote:

>Note that this SEPP is not a blind forwarding proxy. It does message
>transformations based on operator policies. So as highlighted in slide 8 SEPP's
>role is "in the loop".

Are the required transformations shareable (or captured in some 3GPP document). We are aware of a congestion control use case but additional ones are welcome.

However, considering the model I have for tunnelling QUIC, the amount of in-the-loop processing possible is likely to be minimal due to the end-to-end QUIC security context. The proxy will have access to IP, UDP and QUIC headers but not QUIC protected payload.

Kind regards