I'm testing an application that has to control a remote machine.
The communication goes through an intermediate http server that connects 2 http clients.
A<-->Server<-->B<->machine
computer A controls computer B wich controls the machine.
When computer B is located in the US, some message aren't delivered fast enough. This is because of the nature of http: the connection is interrupted after each message. Is it possible to stream message from A to B thru a server without disconnecting at all, f.i using a never ending stream ?

Yes, using HTTP/1.1 you have perstant connexions. See Keep-Alive in the source code.

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