Executable archive is a technology providing the following features:
Although these look like completely separate features, they all use the same technologies: RexTFV and nlXTP.
Executable archives communicate with your device via the so-called archive directory. This is a special directory on your device which can be accessed from the host directly via the network-less Execution and Transfer Protocol (nlXTP). This does not make use of traditional network interfaces, meaning that it will not influence your network experiments.
The archive directory is available at a certain location on your device, usually at
/mnt/nlXTP. In some cases, the host cannot write into this directory, but reading is always possible. For more information about this, consult the respective device type descriptions in the user manual.