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2.1 Transport

The following sections specify how RSVD Protocol messages are encapsulated on the wire and common protocol data types.

All RSVD Protocol messages begin with a fixed-length RSVD header that is described in section 2.2.4.11. The RSVD tunnel header contains an OperationCode field indicating the operation code that is requested by the RSVD client or responded to by the RSVD server.

Unless otherwise specified, multiple-byte fields (16-bit, 32-bit, and 64-bit fields) in the RSVD Protocol message MUST be transmitted in little-endian order (least-significant byte first).

Unless otherwise indicated, numeric fields are integers of the specified byte length.

Unless otherwise specified, all textual strings MUST be in Unicode version 5.0 format, as specified in [UNICODE], using the 16-bit Unicode Transformation Format (UTF-16) form of the encoding. Textual strings with separate fields identifying the length of the string MUST NOT be null-terminated unless otherwise specified.

Unless otherwise noted, fields marked as "Reserved" MUST be set to 0 when being sent and MUST be ignored when received. These fields are reserved for future protocol expansion and MUST NOT be used for implementation-specific functionality.

The RSVD Protocol uses the SMB 3.02 dialect in SMB Protocol version 3 as its transport. For more information, see [MS-SMB2] section 2.1.

 
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