Using CLA-Specific Endpoint IDs to identify Channel Endpoint
draft-loiseau-dtn-cla-eid-00

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Abstract

This document describes a specific EID scheme namely "cla" that meets the requirement for endpoint identification as defined in the Bundle Protocol and that also uniquely identifies a Convergence Layer Adapter "channel" and is, in essence, an interface identifier (IID). Such IID is comprised of two parts: a "cla-identifier" part that identifies a specific convergence layer adapter, and a "cla- parameters" part that is a cla-specific list of parameter describing a single channel managed by this convergence layer adapter.

Authors

Lucien Loiseau (loiseau.lucien@gmail.com)

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