Internetworking Terms: Fast Sequenced Transport (FST)

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Fast Sequenced Transport (FST)

Definition

Connectionless, sequenced transport protocol that runs on top of the IP protocol. SRB traffic is encapsulated inside IP datagrams and is passed over an FST connection between two network devices (such as routers). FST speeds up data delivery, reduces overhead, and improves the response time of SRB traffic.

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