Use Cases and Operational Experience with Multipath TCP
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Technical Summary This document discusses both use cases and operational experience with Multipath TCP in real world networks. It lists several prominent use cases for which Multipath TCP has been considered and is being used. It also gives insight to some heuristics and decisions that have helped to realize these use cases. Working Group Summary The WG consensus is good. Document Quality The document has been written by several of the people who have implemented the MPTCP protocol and who are intimately involved in its deployment. The document is very informative. Personnel The Document Shepherd is Philip Eardley. The Responsible Area Director is Mirja Kühlewind.