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The increasing use of middleboxes (e.g., NATs, firewalls) in the Internet has made it harder and harder to deploy new transport or higher layer protocols, or even extensions to existing ones. Current work to address this Internet transport ossification has led to renewed interest in UDP as an encapsulation for making novel transport protocols deployable in the Internet. Examples include Google's QUIC and the WebRTC data channel. The common assumption made by these approaches is thatarXiv:1612.07816v1 fatcat:msg45usq3nat5irio34xvyninm