Coherent file distribution protocol

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For other protocols with the same abbreviation, see CFDP (disambiguation).

Coherent File Distribution Protocol (CFDP) is an IETF-documented experimental protocol intended for high-speed one-to-many file transfers.[1] Class 1 is assured delivery, class 2 is blind unassured delivery.

See RFC 1235.