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Title : SCTP Stream Function Extensions
Author(s) : K. Leung
Filename : draft-leung-sigtran-stream-sctp-00.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 05-Mar-01
This document describes two stream function extensions to SCTP
(Stream Transmission Control Protocol) [SCTP]. These extensions are
to allow dynamic modifications of stream status when U-SCTP
(Unreliable Extension to SCTP) [USCTP] is activated and on demand
insertion/deletion of streams within a SCTP association. These
extensions will provide a better support of multimedia applications
since they allow users to set and modify communication options, say
the choices of transport and reliability requirements, on the fly.
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