Gcom Header Format Summaries

Encapsulated payload data is payload data with delimiters added to preserve logical message boundaries needed to send payload data over a byte stream connection such as TCP.

A delimiter may be a header or a header/trailer combination.

Not only does Gcom® offer a wide variety of delimiter formats called encapsulations, but we're constantly adding new encapsulations.

1-byte

1-byte encapsulation

2-byte / Shell

2-byte encapsulation

4-byte

4-byte encapsulation

4-byte ASCII Decimal

4-byte ASCII encapsulation

2-digit Binary Coded Decimal

2-digit BCD encapsulation

3-digit Binary Coded Decimal

3-digit BCD encapsulation

4-digit Binary Coded Decimal

4-digit BCD encapsulation

Atalla

Atalla encapsulation

Atalla Option 23

Atalla Option 23 encapsulation

Bancnet

Bancnet encapsulation

Bisync

Bisync encapsulation Bisync encapsulation

Cisco RBP

Cisco RBP encapsulation

ETX

Shell encapsulation

Gcom

Gcom encapsulation

Raw

Raw encapsulation

RFC 1006 ISO TP

RFC 1006 ISO TP encapsulation

RFC 1613 XOT

RFC 1613 XOT encapsulation

VMLH

VMLH encapsulation