- What is SCPS protocol?
- Space Communications Protocol Standard (SCPS) protocol is a variant
of the TCP protocol.
- What is the use of SCPS protocol?
- SCPS protocol is used in satellite communication and similar
- Is SCPS protocol supported on a CloudBridge appliance?
- Yes. The CloudBridge appliance supports SCPS protocol and
accelerate data transferred using this protocol.
- Can I use an SCPS-enabled appliance with a non-SCPS-enabled
- Yes. If you must mix SCPS-enabled appliances with non-SCPS-enabled
appliances, deploy them in such a way that mismatches do not occur. You can
either use IP-based service class rules or arrange the deployment so that each
path has matching appliances.
- What happens if I use an SCPS-enabled appliance at one end
non-SCPS-enabled appliance on the other end of the link?
- If the appliance on one end of the connection has SCPS enabled and
one does not, retransmission performance suffers. This condition also causes an
"SCPS Mode Mismatch" alert.
- What is the difference between the behavior of a SCPS-enabled
appliance and default appliance?
- The main difference between a SCPS-enabled and the default
appliance behavior is that SCPS-style "selective negative acknowledgements"
(SNACKs) are used instead of standard selective acknowledgements (SACKs).