[Standards] Proposed XMPP Extension: Zero Handshake Server to Server Protocol
steve.kille at isode.com
Tue Jul 14 14:35:57 UTC 2015
Let me give a bit more background on this proto-XEP.
We (Isode) have been involved with a number of systems operating over very high latency (several second) slow and flakey links.
Using standard XMPP over these links is barely useable - many minutes to establish communications.
The approach here of eliminating server to server handshakes has been implemented and tested in a number of UK and NATO trials.
It seems desirable to make this useful approach available as a XEP. NATO are keen to see this happen, and I prefer to avoid
This proto-XEP writes up what we implemented. I'd welcome any input on this.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Standards [mailto:standards-bounces at xmpp.org] On Behalf Of XMPP Extensions Editor
> Sent: 14 July 2015 14:31
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> Subject: [Standards] Proposed XMPP Extension: Zero Handshake Server to Server Protocol
> The XMPP Extensions Editor has received a proposal for a new XEP.
> Title: Zero Handshake Server to Server Protocol
> This specification defines an approach for a pair of servers to eliminate initial handshakes and associated
> data transfer when using the XMPP S2S Protocol. This approach may only be used with a priori agreement and configuration
> of the two servers involved. This is of significant benefit in high latency environments.
> URL: http://xmpp.org/extensions/inbox/optimized-s2s.html
> The XMPP Council will decide in the next two weeks whether to accept this proposal as an official XEP.
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