REsource LOcation And Discovery Framing

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REsource LOcation And Discovery (RELOAD) is a peer-to-peer (P2P) signalling protocol for use on the Internet. A P2P signalling protocol provides its clients with an abstract storage and messaging service between a set of cooperating peers that form the overlay network. RELOAD is designed to support a P2P Session Initiation Protocol (P2PSIP) network, but can be utilized by other applications with similar requirements by defining new usages that specify the kinds of data that must be stored for a particular application. RELOAD defines a security model based on a certificate enrolment service that provides unique identities. NAT traversal is a fundamental service of the protocol. RELOAD also allows access from "client" nodes that do not need to route traffic or store data for others.[1]

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  1. ^ RFC 6940. Jennings, Cullen. "REsource LOcation And Discovery (RELOAD) Base Protocol". P2PSIP: Internet-Draft: Standards Track. IETF. Retrieved 24 February 2013 Category: Computer networking.