Archive of Previously Published
UPnP Device Architectures
The UPnP Device Architectures (formerly known as DCP Frameworks) contained below are available for historical reference. The UPnP Device Architecture defines the protocols for communication between controllers, or control points, and devices. The current version of the UPnP Device Architecture is available here.
- UDA 1.1 Dated October 15, 2008
PDF file; 1MB; IP Declarations
The UPnP Device Architecture v1.1 is a fully-interoperable update to UPnP Device Architecture v1.0 that adds some significant extensions including support for the full range of XML Schema data types and multicast event notifications, improves the robustness of the Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP), and adds compliance with RFC 3927 (the IETF standard for AutoIP), SOAP 1.1, and the WS-I Basic Profile. It also significantly clarifies use of HTTP 1.1 and the operation of multi-homed devices, and incorporates IPv6 support directly into the UPnP Device Architecture. An archive of previously published versions of the UPnP Device Architecture is available for historical reference. UPnP Device Architecture v1.1 Annex A - IPv6 Support Describes mechanisms by which devices and control points based on the UPnP Device Architecture may be used on IPv6 networks.
- UPnP Device Architecture v1.1 Annex A - IPv6 Support
PDF file; 292KB; IP Declarations
- UDA 1.0 Revision dated 24 April 2008
PDF file; 344KB; IP Declarations