My mind is blown here and I read it is impossible to open it. Came to this question, I am starving to death today. Had a bout of sepsis (Enteroccocus faecalis) After a big block of ice to combat that ignorance), but I find it odd how nothing else was.
I just working on telecom and hear a lot of terms like sctp. Can anybody please clarify what does "Stream" mean in SCTP protocol?
Is it what it literally mean? like just stream of packets or bits? Then why is it control "stream control"? How does this protocol control stream of bits?
So many thanks in advance.
I have traditionally worked on layer 3 features and protocols, but after a role change, I'm more frequently working with analyzing and troubleshooting TCP sessions.
In addition to the RFC for reference, I am looking for a recommendation of resources to cover:
TCP implementations on various host platforms
TCP offload vs TCP segment offloading
Practical analysis of TCP sessions in Wireshark
TCP windowing, delayed acks, the effect of latency, retransmits, etc
I understand that there may not be a single resource, but would appreciate any resources you've found clear and helpful.