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	Title		: Correlation Id and Hearbeat Procedures 
                          (CORID)Supporting Lossless Fail-Over between SCTP 
                          Associations for Signalling User Adaptation Layers
	Author(s)	: B. Bidulock
	Filename	: draft-bidulock-sigtran-corid-00.txt,.ps
	Pages		: 35
	Date		: 14-Jan-02
This Internet-Draft describes Correlation Id and Heartbeat
procedures to support lossless fail-over between SCTP [RFC 2960]
associations for Signalling User Adaptation Protocols [M3UA, SUA,
TUA] above MTP3 [Q.704] supporting the concept of a Routing Context.
These procedures permit lossless fail-over between Application Server
Processes (ASPs) at a Signalling Gateway (SG) and fail-over between
Signalling Gateway Processes (SGPs) and Signalling Gateways (SGs) at
an Application Server Process (ASP).  Lossless fail-over permits
these fail-overs to occur without loss or duplication of UA-User

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