Removing T/TCP and replacing it with something simpler
matt at gsicomp.on.ca
Thu Oct 21 11:31:42 PDT 2004
> Bruce M Simpson wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 21, 2004 at 04:33:17PM +0200, Andre Oppermann wrote:
> > > Thus after the removal of T/TCP for the reasons above I want to
> > > a work-alike replacement for T/TCP's functionality:
> > I disagree. I think the time spent here would be better spent on working
> > on an import of SCTP into the kernel, perhaps the KAME code base would
> > be a good starting point.
> Is the SCTP in KAME complete and stable? Are there any other (open
> implementations of it?
The SCTP home page (www.sctp.org) has a list of implementations. Note that
I had to use Google's cache of the site -- I believe there was a Slashdot
article on SCTP this morning which may have taken down the site.
AIX, Solaris, HP and Cisco all support SCTP in their latest OS versions.
There are aslo a few different (non-free) implementations for Windows, and
at least one open-source implementation for Linux (http://www.openss7.org)
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