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======== Glossary ======== * AH = [[wp>Authentication Header]] * co_common = a type of ROHC packet defined by the TCP profile for transmitting changes larger than seq_X or rnd_X packet types but smaller than IR or IR-DYN packet types * CSRC = Contributing SouRCe, a field of the RTP header * ESP = [[wp>Encapsulating Security Payload]] * FO = First Order, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC compressor state]] * Full Context, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC decompressor state]] * IANA = the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, the [[rohc-protocol#standardization|group that assigns ROHC profiles numbers]] * IEEE = the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the [[rohc-protocol#standardization|group that allocated an Ethernet number to the ROHC protocol]] * IETF = the Internet Engineering Task Force, [[rohc-protocol#standardization|the group that standardized the ROHC protocol]] * IP = [[wp>Internet Protocol]] * IP-ID = the IDentification field of the IPv4 header * IPv4 = [[wp>Internet Protocol version 4]] * IPv6 = [[wp>Internet Protocol version 6]] * IR = Initialization and Refresh, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC compressor state]] and a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] * IR-DYN = Initialization and Refresh DYNamic, a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] * LSB = Least Significant Bits, a [[rohc-protocol#encoding_schemes|ROHC encoding scheme]] * No Context, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC decompressor state]] * Normal, a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] * O-mode = bidirectional Optimistic mode, a [[rohc-protocol#modes_of_operation|ROHC mode of operation]] * R-n = packet n for bidirectional Reliable mode, a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] that is available in this mode * RFC = Request For Comments, a standard defined by the IETF * R-mode = bidirectional Reliable mode, a [[rohc-protocol#modes_of_operation|ROHC mode of operation]] * rnd_X = a type of ROHC packet defined by the TCP profile for transmitting changes in streams using IP-ID with random behavior (or not IP-ID), X is an integer in range [1-8] * ROHC = [[rohc-protocol|RObust Header Compression]] * RTP = [[wp>Real-time Transport Protocol]] * SDVL = Self-describing variable-length, a [[rohc-protocol#encoding_schemes|ROHC encoding scheme]] * seq_X = a type of ROHC packet defined by the TCP profile for transmitting changes in streams using IP-ID with sequential or sequential-swapped behavior, X is an integer in range [1-8] * SN = Sequence Number, the RTP Sequence Number field or an incremental Sequence Number for non-RTP profiles * SO = Second Order, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC compressor state]] * Static Context, a [[rohc-protocol#compressor_decompressor_states|ROHC decompressor state]] * TCP = [[wp>Transport Control Protocol]] * TS = TimeStamp, the RTP Timestamp field * UDP = [[wp>User Datagram Protocol]] * UDP-Lite = [[wp>UDP-Lite|Lightweight User Datagram Protocol]] * U-mode = Unidirectional mode, a [[rohc-protocol#modes_of_operation|ROHC mode of operation]] * UO-n = packet n for Unidirectional & bidirectional Optimistic modes, a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] that is available in these 2 modes * UOR-n = packet n for Unidirectional, bidirectional Optimistic & bidirectional Reliable modes, a [[rohc-protocol#packet_types|ROHC packet type]] that is available in these 3 modes * W-LSB = Window-based Least Significant Bits, a [[rohc-protocol#encoding_schemes|ROHC encoding scheme]]

glossary.txt · Last modified: 2016/01/03 18:54 by didier