The TIST (Topology-Insensitive Service Traversal) Protocol
draft-shore-tist-prot-00

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Author Melinda Shore 
Last updated 2002-05-20
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-shore-tist-prot-00.txt

Abstract

TIST is an application of the RSVP protocol to the problem of com- municating application requests, such as pinhole openings and NAT table entries, to NATs and firewalls. By using RSVP we avoid the problem of having to locate these devices in the network and estab- lish trusted relationships with each one we would like to influ- ence.

Authors

Melinda Shore (mshore@cisco.com)

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