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I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-pilc-2.5g3g-09.txt



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	Title		: TCP over Second (2.5G) and  Third (3G) Generation 
                          Wireless Networks
	Author(s)	: H. Inamura
	Filename	: draft-ietf-pilc-2.5g3g-09.txt
	Pages		: 29
	Date		: 05-Jun-02
	
This document describes a profile for optimizing TCP over second
(2.5G) and third (3G) generation wireless networks.  We describe the
relevant characteristics of 2.5G and 3G networks, and specific
features of example deployments of such networks.   We then recommend
TCP optimization mechanisms and discuss open issues.  All the
configuration options in this document are found in modern TCP stacks
and are widely available standards-track mechanisms that the
community considers safe for use on the general Internet.  Even hosts
which serve predominantly non-wireless users may safely enable these
options.

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