IETF DataTracker: draft-rtpfolks-quic-rtp-over-quic
This draft expired in March 2018, but we continued to think about transport of real-time media over QUIC. Some further ideas were presented in our paper in the ACM CoNEXT workshop on Evolution, Performance, and Interoperability of QUIC.
- Jörg Ott, Roni Even, Colin Perkins, and Varun Singh, RTP over QUIC (.txt|.pdf), Internet Engineering Task Force, September 2017, Work in progress (draft-rtpfolks-quic-rtp-over-quic-01.txt).
This version rewrites the Introduction, and adds discussion of use cases, reliability, congestion control, RTCP mapping, the API, and multiparty session. It also make various clarifications and editorial fixes throughout.
- Jörg Ott, Roni Even, Colin Perkins, and Varun Singh, RTP over QUIC (.txt|.pdf), Internet Engineering Task Force, July 2017, Work in progress (draft-rtpfolks-quic-rtp-over-quic-00.txt).
Initial version. This draft considers how RTP can be carried over the QUIC transport protocol.
The Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) provides for transport of audio-visual media across the Internet. It is commonly used for interactive video conferencing, telepresence, and telephony, but has also been used for low-latency streaming. QUIC is a new transport protocol, initially developed by Google, but now under standardisation in the IETF. This draft begins to discuss how RTP can be carried over QUIC.