Jonathan Lennox wrote:
Hi, Alexey -- thank you for the Gen-ART review.
Alexey Melnikov writes:
Question: are the two encoding of the audio level indication option specified
in the document really necessary?
Do you mean the one-byte vs. two-byte forms of the header extension (Figure 1
vs. Figure 2)? These are the two forms of the generic header extensions
defined by RFC 5285.
I understood that. Does RFC 5285 require that both forms should be allowed?
In general, it would be good to avoid multiple representations of the
The actual payload (one byte containing the V and level bits) is identical in
the two cases; the only difference is the container. We can add some text
clarifying this point if you think it would be helpful.
Thanks, will fix.
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