tis 2012-01-24 klockan 08:13 +0000 skrev Poul-Henning Kamp:
> >* Ability to be deployed on today's Internet, using IPv4 and IPv6, in the
> > presence of NATs
> Apart from "no reverse connections" I have no idea what this means.
As worded it basically means it must run over port tcp/80. SCTP is not
an option if the above is taken literally as most NATs do not know what
to make out of SCTP packets.
> HTTP/2.0 would in my mind be an attempt to actually improve the
> protocol, possibly going as far as replacing everything but the
> first line which we would have to keep, to ensure the ability
> to interoperate with earlier HTTP protocols)