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H04L29/02Communication control Communication processing contains provisionally no documents H04L29/04for plural communication lines contains provisionally no documents H04L29/06characterised by a protocol H04L29/06006Protocol performance H04L29/06013Protocol definition or specification H04L29/0602Protocols characterised by their application H04L29/06027Protocols for multimedia communication H04L29/06034Protocols for telewriting; Protocols for networked simulations, virtual reality or games H04L29/0604Protocols for data compression H04L29/06047Protocols for client-server architecture H04L29/06061Notations for structuring of protocol data H04L29/06068Protocols for interworking or protocol conversion H04L29/06074Streamlined, light-weight or high-speed protocols H04L29/06081Protocol engines H04L29/06088Multichannel or multilink protocols H04L29/06095Special adaptations or provisions of the transmission control protocol/internet protocol [TCP/IP] or the user datagram protocol [UDP] 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H04L29/06204H.323 H04L29/0621Network architectures, gateways, control or user entities H04L29/06217IMS [IP multimedia subsystem] H04L29/06224Gateways H04L29/06231Media gateways H04L29/06238at the edge H04L29/06244in the network H04L29/06251Signalling gateways H04L29/06258at the edge H04L29/06265in the network H04L29/06272MGC [media gateway control], MGCP or Megaco H04L29/06278Call controllers; Call servers H04L29/06285Proxies H04L29/06292Arrangements providing PBX functionality H04L29/06299for multi-site H04L29/06306End-user terminal functionality H04L29/06312Application servers H04L29/06319Session control H04L29/06326Setup H04L29/06333Registration H04L29/0634Screening H04L29/06346of unsolicited session attempts H04L29/06353In-session procedures H04L29/0636session scope modification H04L29/06367by adding or removing media H04L29/06374by adding or removing participants H04L29/0638Features H04L29/06387Services or applications H04L29/06394Services involving a main real time session and one or more additional parallel sessions H04L29/06401where at least one of the additional parallel sessions is real time or time sensitive H04L29/06408where none of the additional parallel sessions is real time or time sensitive H04L29/06414Arrangements for multiparty communication H04L29/06421with central floor control H04L29/06428with distributed floor control H04L29/06435without floor control H04L29/06442"Push-to-X" services H04L29/06448Services related to one way streaming H04L29/06455Multicast or broadcast H04L29/06462Content on demand H04L29/06469Control of source by destination H04L29/06476Media handling, encoding, streaming or conversion H04L29/06482Media manipulation, adaptation or conversion H04L29/06489at the source H04L29/06496at the destination H04L29/06503intermediate H04L29/0651Stream encoding details H04L29/06517Streaming protocols H04L29/06523Quality of Service (QoS) aspects H04L29/0653Header parsing and analysis H04L29/06537Negotiation of communication capabilities 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encryption processing H04L29/06707Key management H04L29/06714Key exchange H04L29/06721Key distribution H04L29/06727Hierarchical key distribution H04L29/06734for group communications H04L29/06741One-time keys H04L29/06748Time-dependent keys H04L29/06755Authentication mechanisms H04L29/06761Tickets H04L29/06768Single-sign-on H04L29/06775Certificates H04L29/06782Passwords H04L29/06789One-time-passwords H04L29/06795Time-dependent-passwords H04L29/06802using an additional device H04L29/06809using biometrical features H04L29/06816Mutual authentication H04L29/06823Access control H04L29/06829Access control lists [ACL] H04L29/06836User profiles H04L29/06843Grouping of users H04L29/0685Multiple levels of security H04L29/06857Verifying the information received H04L29/06863Checking the content H04L29/0687Checking the source H04L29/06877Detection of malicious traffic; protection against malicious traffic H04L29/06884Monitoring network traffic H04L29/06891Event detection H04L29/06897Traffic logging H04L29/06904Vulnerability analysis H04L29/06911Countermeasures against attacks H04L29/06918Viruses; Trojans; Worms H04L29/06925Denial of Service H04L29/06931Session hijacking H04L29/06938Session spying H04L29/06945Security features implemented at a particular protocol layer H04L29/06952at the data link layer H04L29/06959at the network layer H04L29/06965at the transport layer H04L29/06972above the transport layer H04L29/06979using a different network or path for securing the traffic H04L29/06986Security management; Security policies in general H04L29/06993Timer mechanisms used in protocols H04L29/08Transmission control procedure H04L29/08009Open systems interconnection [OSI] architecture H04L29/08018Physical layer H04L29/08027Data link layer, i.e. layer two H04L29/08036Network layer, i.e. layer three H04L29/08045Transport layer H04L29/08054Session layer H04L29/08063Presentation layer H04L29/08072Application layer H04L29/08081Protocols for network applications H04L29/0809involving the use of web-based technology H04L29/08099for remote control or remote monitoring H04L29/08108adapted for terminals or networks with limited resources and for terminal portability H04L29/08117adapted for file transfer H04L29/08126adapted for terminal emulation H04L29/08135in which application tasks are distributed across nodes in the network H04L29/08144Network arrangements or communication protocol arrangements for accessing one among a plurality of replicated servers H04L29/08153Server selection in load balancing H04L29/08162with static server selection H04L29/08171based on parameters of servers H04L29/0818based on network conditions H04L29/08189based on compliance of requirements or conditions with available server resources H04L29/08198based on the content of a request H04L29/08207based on round robin mechanisms H04L29/08216based on random server selection H04L29/08225based on locations of client and servers H04L29/08234based on other criteria, e.g., hash applied to IP address, specific algorithms or cost H04L29/08243Dynamic adaptation of server selection criteria for load balancing H04L29/08252Persistence of sessions during load balancing H04L29/08261Collection and organization of data related to the state of servers by a load balancer H04L29/0827Controlling of the operation of servers by a load balancer H04L29/08279Reaction to server failures by a load balancer H04L29/08288Load balancing of requests to servers for services different from user content provisioning H04L29/08297Load balancing arrangements to avoid a single path through a load balancer H04L29/08306Arrangements for peer-to-peer networking [P2P]; functionalities, architectural details or applications of P2P networks H04L29/08315involving topology management mechanisms H04L29/08324Group management mechanisms H04L29/08333Joining mechanisms H04L29/08342Departure and maintenance mechanisms H04L29/08351Group master selection mechanisms H04L29/0836with pre-configuration of logical or physical connections with a determined number of other peers H04L29/08369involving connection limits H04L29/08378involving pre-assessment of levels of reputation of peers H04L29/08387Inter-group management mechanisms H04L29/08396involving resource based peer discovery mechanisms H04L29/08405Discovery through centralizing entities H04L29/08414Discovery involving distributed pre-established resource-based relationships among peers H04L29/08423Discovery involving direct consultation/announcement among potential requesting and potential source peers H04L29/08432with limitation/expansion of the discovery scope H04L29/08441Discovery involving ranked list compilation of candidate peers H04L29/0845involving resource distribution mechanisms H04L29/08459Resource dissemination mechanisms and resource keeping policies for optimal resource availability in the overlay network H04L29/08468Resource delivery mechanisms H04L29/08477characterized by resources being split in blocks or fragments H04L29/08486involving incentive schemes H04L29/08495involving dynamic management of active down/uploading connections H04L29/08504involving cross functional aspects H04L29/08513Hierarchical topologies H04L29/08522Interfacing with client/server systems and between P2P systems H04L29/08531Some peer nodes performing special functions H04L29/0854Arrangements for replication or mirroring of data H04L29/08549Arrangements and networking functions for distributed storage of data in a network H04L29/08558adapted for proprietary or special purpose networking environments H04L29/08567involving the management of devices over a network H04L29/08576Arrangements for session management H04L29/08585provided for setup of an application session H04L29/08594provided for managing session state for stateless protocols H04L29/08603provided for session termination, e.g., event controlled end of session H04L29/08612provided for avoiding end of session ( H04L29/08621markers provided for unambiguous identification of a particular session H04L29/0863provided for signalling methods or particular messages providing extensions to IETF, ITU, ETSI or 3GPP protocols H04L29/08639provided for migration or transfer of sessions H04L29/08648Arrangements for service discovery H04L29/08657in which the network application is adapted for the location of the user terminal H04L29/08666involving third party service providers H04L29/08675Arrangements for tracking the activity of the application user H04L29/08684Arrangements for presence management H04L29/08693Arrangements for push based network services H04L29/08702involving intermediate processing or storage in the network H04L29/08711Arrangements for adding application control or application functional data H04L29/0872m Arrangements for brokering H04L29/08729Arrangements for intermediate storage H04L29/08738Arrangements for data redirection H04L29/08747Arrangements for evaluation of intercepted application data aiming at enhancement of application control H04L29/08756Arrangements for conversion or adaptation of application content or format H04L29/08765Arrangements for grouping or aggregating service requests H04L29/08774Arrangements for integrating service provisioning from a plurality of service providers H04L29/08783Arrangements for reducing the amount or size of exchanged application data H04L29/08792Arrangements for data reduction and/or adaptation H04L29/08801Arrangements for storing temporarily data at an intermediate stage H04L29/0881involving pre-fetching or pre-delivering data H04L29/08819involving policies or rules for updating, deleting or replacing the stored data H04L29/08828involving storage of data provided by user terminals H04L29/08837Arrangements for providing operational support to end devices when they are unavailable H04L29/08846Arrangements to globally emulate or virtualize the functionalities of an end device H04L29/08855Architectural aspects H04L29/08864Implementation details of a single intermediate entity H04L29/08873Pairs of interprocessing entities at each side of the network H04L29/08882Distributed intermediate devices H04L29/08891Hierarchically arranged intermediate devices H04L29/089where the intermediate processing is functionally located closer to the data consumer application H04L29/08909where the intermediate processing is functionally located closer to the data provider application H04L29/08918involving profiles H04L29/08927Terminal profiles H04L29/08936User profiles H04L29/08945Arrangements for scheduling and organising the servicing of requests H04L29/08954whereby quality of service and priority requirements are taken into account H04L29/08963whereby a time schedule is established for servicing the requests H04L29/08972whereby the routing of a service request to a node providing the service depends on the content and context of the request H04L29/08981involving the movement of software and/or configuration parameters H04L29/0899involving the display to the application user of network conditions affecting the network application H04L29/10characterised by an interface H04L29/12characterised by the data terminal contains provisionally no documents H04L29/12009Arrangements for addressing and naming in data networks H04L29/12018Mapping of addresses of different types; address resolution H04L29/12028across network layers H04L29/12037across networks H04L29/12047Directories; name-to-address mapping H04L29/12056involving standard directories and standard directory access protocols H04L29/12066using Domain Name System [DNS] H04L29/12075using Open Systems Interconnection Directories H04L29/12084using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol [LDAP] H04L29/12094using Voice over IP [VoIP] directories H04L29/12103using an address exchange platform which sets up a session between two nodes H04L29/12113for service discovery H04L29/12122for personal communications H04L29/12132Mechanisms for table lookup, also between directories; Directory data structures; Synchronization of directories H04L29/12141Object oriented directories H04L29/1215Directories for electronic mail or instant messaging H04L29/1216Directories for hybrid networks H04L29/12169Metadirectories H04L29/12179containing identifiers of data entities on a computer H04L29/12188containing mobile subscriber information H04L29/12198Address books, i.e. directories containing contact information about correspondents H04L29/12207Address allocation H04L29/12216Internet Protocol [IP] addresses H04L29/12226using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol [DHCP] or variants H04L29/12235using the Bootstrap Protocol [BOOTP] or variants H04L29/12245using an authentication, authorization and accounting [AAA] protocol H04L29/12254for local use H04L29/12264involving the solving of address allocation conflicts; involving testing of addresses H04L29/12273involving timing and renewal aspects H04L29/12283involving aspects of pools of addresses H04L29/12292for group-, multicast- and broadcast-communication H04L29/12301involving update or notification mechanisms H04L29/12311involving portability aspects H04L29/1232by self assignment H04L29/1233Mapping of addresses of the same type; Address translation H04L29/12339Internet Protocol [IP] address translation H04L29/12349Translating between special types of IP addresses H04L29/12358between different IP versions H04L29/12367between local and global IP addresses H04L29/12377involving port numbers H04L29/12386Special translation architecture, different from a single Network Address Translation [NAT] server H04L29/12396Translation at a client H04L29/12405Translation at a proxy H04L29/12415Clique of NAT servers H04L29/12424Multiple local networks H04L29/12433for hiding addresses or keeping them anonymous H04L29/12443involving dual-stack hosts H04L29/12452Mechanisms for avoiding unnecessary translation H04L29/12462Map-table maintenance and indexing H04L29/12471Binding renewal aspects; Keep-alive messages H04L29/12481Translation policies and rules H04L29/1249NAT-Traversal H04L29/125for a higher-layer protocol H04L29/12509for reachability H04L29/12518for identification H04L29/12528using address mapping retrieval H04L29/12537transparent to the NAT server H04L29/12547through control of the NAT server H04L29/12556through Application Level Gateway [ALG] H04L29/12566over a relay server H04L29/12575involving tunneling or encapsulation H04L29/12584Non-IP address translation H04L29/12594Arrangements for managing names H04L29/12603Mechanisms for avoiding name conflicts H04L29/12613Name conversion H04L29/12622Name registration, generation or assignment H04L29/12632Administrative registration H04L29/12641Domain name generation or assignment H04L29/1265Name structure H04L29/1266containing non-Latin characters H04L29/12669containing protocol addresses or telephone numbers H04L29/12679containing wildcard characters H04L29/12688containing special prefixes H04L29/12698containing special suffixes H04L29/12707Name types H04L29/12716Application layer names H04L29/12726E-mail addresses H04L29/12735Access point names [APN] H04L29/12745Telephone URI H04L29/12754Session initiation protocol [SIP] URI H04L29/12764Globally routable user-agent URI [GRUU] for SIP H04L29/12773IP multimedia private identity [IMPI] or IP multimedia public identity [IMPU] H04L29/12783involving non-standard use of addresses for implementing network functionalities, e.g. coding subscription information within the address, functional addressing H04L29/12792Details H04L29/12801about the structures and formats of addresses H04L29/12811Caching of addresses H04L29/1282Proxying of addresses H04L29/1283about address types H04L29/12839Layer 2 addresses H04L29/12849Control Area Network [CAN] identifiers H04L29/12858Small Computer System Interface [SCSI] addresses H04L29/12867IEEE1394 (FireWire) identification numbers H04L29/12877Asynchronous Transfer Mode [ATM] addresses H04L29/12886Fibre channel identifiers H04L29/12896Telephone numbers H04L29/12905International Mobile Subscriber Identity [IMSI] numbers H04L29/12915Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) addresses H04L29/12924Transport layer addresses H04L29/12933IP addresses subnets H04L29/12943Short addresses H04L29/12952Multiple interfaces H04L29/12962involving addresses for wireless personal area networks and wireless sensor networks H04L29/12971involving dual-stack hosts H04L29/12981involving geographic information H04L29/1299involving masks or ranges of addresses H04L29/14Counter-measures to a fault