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I-D ACTION:draft-hss-conformance-test-sctp-00.txt

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	Title		: Conformance Test Specification for SCTP
	Author(s)	: S. Mahajan et al.
	Filename	: draft-hss-conformance-test-sctp-00.txt
	Pages		: 156
	Date		: 12-Feb-01
This  document  presents  the  conformance  test specification for SCTP 
prototcol (RFC2960), which can be used to test SCTP implementations for
conformance to the protocol definition. The list of test is  exhaustive
and covers almost all the categories of test, except few test for timer
calculation and congestion) which will be added in the next revision of
the draft. 
This draft can also be used in conjunction with  SCTP  specification by
implementor  of  protocol  as  implementors  guide,  as  the  pictorial 
representation of various scenarios help understand the protocol.

Next revision  of  the  draft will also cover the additions done to the
protocol revision RFC2960 and any subsequent RFC published by IETF.

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