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Old 08-19-2011, 07:44 AM   #1
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Reason for ABORT chunk in response to INIT (over SCTP protocol) not known

Hi All,

Can any one attempt to answer my question ?

My peer-1 (Linux, 2.6.34-12, SMP PREEMPT) initiates INIT to the peer-2 (SunOS-10).
peer-2 responds with ABORT(no Error causes !!)

I see in INIT there is an optional chunk (Forward-TSN-Supported parameter, as per RFC 2960 [2]) which of course is obsolete as per RFC-4960. Is it possible that this could be the reason ?

Please enlighten me with whatever ample ideas you have. Waiting !!

Harish M


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