A Stateless Transport Tunneling Protocol for Network Virtualization (STT)
draft-davie-stt-06

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Authors Bruce Davie , Jesse Gross 
Last updated 2014-10-17 (latest revision 2014-04-15)
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Abstract

Network Virtualization places unique requirements on tunneling protocols. This draft describes STT (Stateless Transport Tunneling), a tunnel encapsulation that enables overlay networks to be built in virtualized networks. STT is particularly useful when some tunnel endpoints are in end-systems, as it utilizes the capabilities of the network interface card to improve performance.

Authors

Bruce Davie (bdavie@vmware.com)
Jesse Gross (jgross@vmware.com)

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