Multiplexing. MUX is a session management protocol separating the underlying transport from the upper level application protocols. It provides a lightweight communication channel to the application layer by multiplexing data streams on top of a reliable stream oriented transport. By supporting coexistence of multiple application level protocols (e.g. HTTP and HTTP-NG), MUX will ease transitions to future Web protocols, and communications of client applets using private protocols with servers over the same connection as the HTTP conversation.  

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