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Http Adaptation with Open Pluggable Edge Services (Opes)

By Rousskov, A.

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Title: Http Adaptation with Open Pluggable Edge Services (Opes)  
Author: Rousskov, A.
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Subject: Social Psychology, Sociology, Psychology
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Scope: The Open Pluggable Edge Services (OPES) framework documents several application-agnostic mechanisms such as OPES processor and endpoints communications [RFC3897] or OPES callout protocol [RFC4037]. This document extends those generic mechanisms for adaptation of a specific application protocol, HTTP [RFC2616]. Together, application-agnostic OPES documents and this HTTP profile constitute a complete specification for HTTP adaptation with OPES. The primary sections of this document specify HTTP-specific extensions for the corresponding application-agnostic mechanisms documented elsewhere.

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Table of Contents 1. Scope ...........................................................3 2. OPES Document Map ...............................................3 3. Callout Protocol ................................................4 3.1. Application Message Parts ..................................5 3.2. Application Profile Features ...............................6 3.2.1. Profile Parts .......................................6 3.2.2. Profile Structure ...................................8 3.2.3. Aux-Parts ...........................................8 3.2.4. Pause-At-Body .......................................9 3.2.5. Stop-Receiving-Body ................................10 3.2.6. Preservation-Interest-Body .........................10 3.2.7. Content-Encodings ..................................11 3.2.8. Profile Negotiation Example ........................12 3.3. Application Message Start Message .........................13 3.4. DUM Message ...............................................13 3.5. Selective Adaptation ......................................14 3.6. Hop-by-hop Headers ........................................15 3.7. Transfer Encodings ........................................15 3.8. HTTP Header Correctness ...................................16 3.8.1. Message Size Recalculation .........................16 3.8.2. Content-MD5 Header .................................17 3.9. Examples ..................................................18 4. Tracing ........................................................22 5. Bypass .........................................................24 6. IAB Considerations .............................................24 7. Security Considerations ........................................24 8. IANA Considerations ............................................24 9. Compliance .....................................................25 10. References ....................................................25 10.1. Normative References .....................................25 10.2. Informative References ...................................25

 

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