SCTP removed – DragonFly BSD Digest

Postat de: Adrian Marius Popa
Dragonfly BSD 4.2.1

Ce mi-a sarit in ochi este legat de SCTP:

The SCTP protocol (an alternative to TCP and UDP) has been removed. Its code was originally written at the beginning of the 2000s and having never been updated since then, it was starting to become a problem for the general evolution of the network stack.
Not having had any known user in 15 years, its removal was an obvious choice.

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actually it looks like a loss to me. I understand that it was unmaintained, ancient, and blocking good IPv6. That said, I don’t thin we’d throw away an up-to-date implementation of SCTP that didn’t interfere with IPv6 (or rather turn down re-importing it if it were available to us)
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