4 Protocol Examples
This section explains the sequence and structure of the messages required to successfully create an HTTP Encapsulation of SSTP connection to the point where the client and the server can exchange Application-Data (see section 126.96.36.199.4) with each other. In addition, this section also includes Secure Tunnel, SOCKS proxy and NTLM ProxyAuthentication examples.
In the HTTP encapsulation examples, the data sent and received on the wire is displayed between "-----Message START-----" and "-----Message END-----" tokens for readability. These tokens are not part of the protocol. The CRLF token in the HTTP headers is replaced with a new line to make the message more readable. An empty line indicates an additional CRLF token.