[Tsvwg] Re: [e2e] e2e principle..where??....

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Sat Jun 2 15:50:11 PDT 2001

> As long as the intermediaries preserve protocol semantics while changing
> headers (adding cookies for instance) or perform actions (load balancing)
> that are transparent to the end points, there should be no violation of e-2-e
> principles, correct?

as long as we are careful when we paint your car pink, change the doors
and seats, and convert the fuel injection to an su carb, there should be
no violation of the warranty and you should not care or notice.

end to end is pretty literal.


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