A free C++ implementation of NSIS protocols

Opened 10 years ago

Last modified 10 years ago

#75 new task

Update to draft 14

Reported by: bless Owned by: stud-matfried
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: NATFW-NSLP Version:
Keywords: Cc:


  • Removed leftover of NATFW_CREDENTIAL from Appendix D and IANA considerations (- Update boilerplate )
  • NATFW_DTINFO object MUST be included when using the LE-MRM. Otherwise the NATs and firewalls have no information about the used transport protocol, i.e., not enough parameters for making policy decisions.
  • Adding text to Section 3.4 "Calculation of Signaling Session Lifetime" about choosing signaling session lifetimes with respect to IP address lease times.
  • Reworked Appendix A "Selecting Signaling Destination Addresses for EXT".
  • Replaced upstream by inbound and downstream by outbound.
  • Added new asynchronous notification 'NATFW signaling session lifetime expired' (0x04)
  • Changed NOTIFY semantics, i.e., now allowing to send inbound and outbound, depending on notification type
  • Clarified when the lifetime of a session starts in Section 3.2.3 "NATFW NSLP Signaling Sessions"
  • In Section "Proxying for a Data Sender", added clarification on how to teardown the CREATE send by the proxy
  • Clarified throughout the text what type of sessions is always meant, i.e., if either application session or NATFW NSLP signaling session
  • Clarified on "mode" word usage. There is now only the proxy mode operation left. All other "modes" have basically been messages.
  • Reworked the NAT semantics part of EXT, as some cases where missing (this includes making the NATFW_DTINFO object mandatory if LE-MRM is used)
  • Section 2.8 "Multihomed Network with NAT", changed figure slightly to better illustrate what is meant.

The html diff is available here: http://www.stiemerling.org/ietf/nsis/draft-ietf-nsis-nslp-natfw-14-from-13.html

Change History (1)

comment:1 Changed 10 years ago by bless

  • Component changed from GIST to NATFW-NSLP
  • Owner changed from bless to stud-matfried
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