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Timestamp:
18/01/14 01:43:52 (7 years ago)
Author:
fielding@…
Message:

(editorial) clarify that TLS occurs after the tunnel [2542]; see #532

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  • draft-ietf-httpbis/latest/p2-semantics.xml

    r2554 r2556  
    16181618   successful, thereafter restrict its behavior to blind forwarding of
    16191619   packets, in both directions, until the tunnel is closed.
    1620 </t>
    1621 <t>
    1622    A common use for CONNECT is establishing a tunnel through a proxy for a
    1623    TLS (Transport Layer Security, <xref target="RFC5246"/>) connection.
     1620   Tunnels are commonly used to create an end-to-end virtual connection,
     1621   through one or more proxies, which can then be secured using TLS
     1622   (Transport Layer Security, <xref target="RFC5246"/>).
    16241623</t>
    16251624<t>
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