[Lightning-dev] Base AMP
Johan Torås Halseth
johanth at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 16:33:00 UTC 2018
Good evening Z and list,
I'm wondering, since these payments are no longer atomic, should we name it
On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 1:28 PM ZmnSCPxj via Lightning-dev <
lightning-dev at lists.linuxfoundation.org> wrote:
> Good morning list,
> I propose the below to support Base AMP.
> The below would allow arbitrary merges of paths, but not arbitrary
> splits. I am uncertain about the safety of arbitrary splits.
> ### The `multipath_merge_per_hop` type (`option_base_amp`)
> This indicates that payment has been split by the sender using Base AMP,
> and that the receiver should wait for the total intended payment before
> forwarding or claiming the payment.
> In case the receiving node is not the last node in the path, then
> succeeding hops MUST be the same across all splits.
> 1. type: 1 (`termination_per_hop`)
> 2. data:
> * [`8` : `short_channel_id`]
> * [`8` : `amt_to_forward`]
> * [`4` : `outgoing_cltv_value`]
> * [`8` : `intended_total_payment`]
> * [`4` : `zeros`]
> The contents of this hop will be the same across all paths of the Base AMP.
> The `payment_hash` of the incoming HTLCs will also be the same across all
> paths of the Base AMP.
> `intended_total_payment` is the total amount of money that this node
> should expect to receive in all incoming paths to the same `payment_hash`.
> This may be the last hop of a payment onion, in which case the `HMAC` for
> this hop will be `0` (the same rule as for `per_hop_type` 0).
> The receiver:
> * MUST impose a reasonable timeout for waiting to receive all component
> paths, and fail all incoming HTLC offers for the `payment_hash` if they
> have not totalled equal to `intended_total_payment`.
> * MUST NOT forward (if an intermediate node) or claim (if the final node)
> unless it has received a total greater or equal to `intended_total_payment`
> in all incoming HTLCs for the same `payment_hash`.
> The sender:
> * MUST use the same `payment_hash` for all paths of a single multipath
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