The TCP Echo and TCP Echo Reply Options
draft-zimmermann-tcpm-echo-option-00

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Abstract

This document specifies the TCP Echo and TCP Echo Reply options. It provides a single field a TCP sender can use to store any type of data that a TCP receiver simply echo unmodified back. In contrast to the original TCP Echo and TCP Echo Reply options defined in RFC 1072 the options specified in this document have slightly different semantics and support a variable option length.

Authors

Alexander Zimmermann (alexander.zimmermann@netapp.com)
Richard Scheffenegger (rs@netapp.com)
Bob Briscoe (ietf@bobbriscoe.net)

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