hw3 - connection may handle? Problem 4 In SCTP,...

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CS 217A: Homework 3 Due on Jan 26, 2011 Lixia Zhang
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CS 217A (Lixia Zhang ): Homework 3 Problem 1 Problem 1 In SCTP (RFC 4960), what is the difference between an “idle” connection and an “inactive” connection? Problem 2 How many messages are needed to start-up an SCTP connection, how many control messages must be sent before data can begin to be sent, and what are the control messages that cannot have data sent with them? Problem 3 How do the sender and receiver sides of an SCTP connection agree on the maximum number of streams a
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Unformatted text preview: connection may handle? Problem 4 In SCTP, associations may include multiple IP addresses. How is SCTP supposed to handle fragmentation if the addresses have dierent PMTUs? Problem 5 Is it possible for RTP (RFC 3550) to include multiple dierent media types in the same session? If so, does RTP have a way to handle situations where the media must begin to travel along dierent network paths? If not, how does RTP enforce this? Page 1 of 1...
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