I2CP

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I. Introduction[Bearbeiten]

Description from the official I2P web site (menu About > Documentation > Protocols > I2CP):

"The I2P Client Protocol (I2CP) exposes a strong separation of concerns between the router and any client that wishes to communicate over the network. It enables secure and asynchronous messaging by sending and receiving messages over a single TCP socket. With I2CP, a client application tells the router who they are (their "destination"), what anonymity, reliability, and latency tradeoffs to make, and where to send messages. In turn the router uses I2CP to tell the client when any messages have arrived, and to request authorization for some tunnels to be used." (2015)

II. External links[Bearbeiten]