Compressed Serial Link Internet Protocol. Extension of SLIP that, when appropriate, allows just header information to be sent across a SLIP connection, reducing overhead and increasing packet throughput on SLIP lines. See also SLIP.
Compressed SLIP. Your hot new modem seems plenty fast relative to that pitiful old 2400-bps model you used to use, but wait until it starts to choke on the Internet's massive quantities of data. That's what CSLIP is for . It squashes things down so they are more easily swallowed (after unsquashing by you WinSock). The specific compression method is named after the person who developed it . Van Jacobson.
(Compressed Serial Line Internet Protocol) A protocol for exchanging IP packets over a serial line, which compresses the headers of many TCP/IP packets.
Compressed version of SLIP (Serial Line Internet protocol).
(Compressed Serial Line Internet Protocol). A protocol that minimizes traffic on SLIP lines. Substituted by PPP. See also: PPP.
Compressed Serial Line Internet Protocol (IP) is a compressed version of the SLIP protocol. See also SLIP.
Compressed SLIP. A type of SLIP account that uses compression to increase performance. Home WebShed.Com Subscribe
Compressed SLIP (CSLIP, otherwise known as VanJacobsen TCP header compression) is a version of SLIP using header compression. CSLIP has no effect on the data portion of the packet and has nothing to do with compression by modem. It does reduce the TCP header from 40 bytes to seven bytes.