Application for Service Names and User Port Numbers

This form is used to register user port numbers and service names in the IANA Service Name and Transport Protocol Port Number Registry.

For detailed instructions on how to fill out the elements of this form, please read the procedures document (RFC 6335).

Please read the following before submitting your request:

Assignee
List the organization, company or individual person responsible for the initial assignment. If you are registering this on behalf of a company or organization, the company/organization name would go here.
Contact Person
The responsible person for the Internet community to send questions to. This person is also authorized to submit changes on behalf of the Assignee. In cases of conflict between the Assignee and the Contact, the Assignee decisions take precedence.
Resource request
Required for DCCP only. See RFC 6335 section 10.3.
(REQUIRED, 15 character maximum) See RFC 6335 section 5.1
Leave blank if no preference Note: It is inappropriate to use a port number until your application has been approved for assignment.
See RFC 6335 section 8.1.1
Please provide a brief and basic technical description of the protocol that will use the service name or port number, including message formats, types, sequences, functionalities, of your protocol. In addition, please address the specific questions included below to the extent possible.
The list of defined TXT record keys for this service or URL reference to document describing defined keys (see RFC 6763, Section 6). Required for service names only.
Usage Questions

If broadcast/multicast is used, how and what for?

If UDP is requested, please explain how traffic is limited, and whether the protocol reacts to congestion.

If UDP is requested, please indicate whether the service is solely for the discovery of hosts supporting this protocol.

Please explain how your protocol supports versioning.

If your request is for more than one transport, please explain in detail how the protocol differs over each transport.

Please describe how your protocol supports security. Note that presently there is no IETF consensus on when it is appropriate to use a second port for an insecure version of a protocol.

Please explain why a unique port assignment is necessary as opposed to a port in range (49152-65535) or existing port.

Please explain the state of development of your protocol.

If SCTP is requested, is there an existing TCP and/or UDP service name or port number assignment? If yes, provide the existing service name and port number.

What specific SCTP capability is used by the application such that a user who has the choice of both TCP (and/or UDP) and SCTP ports for this application would choose SCTP? See RFC 4960 section 7.1.

Please provide any other information that would be helpful in understanding how this protocol differs from existing assigned services.