Mosh: A State-of-the-Art Good Old-Fashioned Mobile Shell

Keith Winstein, Hari Balakrishnan
;login:, 37, 4, August 2012

Remote terminal applications are almost as old as packet-switched data networks. Starting with RFC 15 in 1969, protocols like Telnet, SUPDUP, and BSD’s rlogin and rsh have played an important role in the Internet’s development. The reader of ;login: has undoubtedly used the most popular of these: the Secure Shell, or SSH, which since 1995 has ruled the wires. This article describes a successor to these venerable applications that was designed to work better in our increasingly mobile and wireless world.

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Bibtex Entry:

@inproceedings{winstein2012mosh,
   author =       "Keith Winstein and Hari Balakrishnan",
   title =        "{Mosh: A State-of-the-Art Good Old-Fashioned Mobile Shell }",
   booktitle =    {;login:},
   year =         {2012},
   month =        {August},
   address =      {37, 4}
}