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Old 09-23-2015, 06:35 AM   #1
sriramanil
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query on sctp query


Hi All,

I have a query on sctp behaviour when it is multi homed. SCTP is in multi-homed mode and there is zero window probe occurred.

RFC 6.1 A does not mention clearly about the data in flight in case of multi homed.

My question is : should there be single data in flight in overall association or single data in flight per address. if there are two source and two destination address areconfigured.

Thanks for the help.

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