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Old 07-19-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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Can kernel SCTP co-exist with different SCTP in user space?

Can the Linux kernel SCTP (KSCTP) co-exist with an SCTP implementation in user space (USCTP)? Can KSCTP filter packets so that it doesn't respond to those intended for USCTP.

I don't want KSCTP responding to an INIT request (with an ABORT chunk) that's intended for USCTP. Is this filtering in KSCTP possible? Or, will all things SCTP get forwarded to KSCTP, no matter how I implement the socket for USCTP?


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