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This draft is a work item of the Middlebox Communication Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Middlebox Communication Architecture and framework
Author(s) : P. Srisuresh, J. Kuthan, J. Rosenberg,
A. Molitor, A. Rayhan
Filename : draft-ietf-midcom-framework-01.txt
Pages : 38
Date : 16-May-01
There are a variety of intermediate devices in the Internet today
that require application intelligence for their operation.
Datagrams pertaining to real-time streaming applications such
as SIP and H.323 and peer-to-peer applications such as Napster
and NetMeeting cannot be identified by merely examining packet
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