How to set SCTP init message?

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Hello group members, I have a problem: when we send SCTP init message from client to server using connect() api, then the look like this: Stream Control Transmission Protocol, Src Port: sua (14001), Dst Port........ ............ INIT chunk (Outbound streams: 2, inbound streams: 2) ->Chunk type: INIT (1) ............ ......... ........... -Initial TSN: 1295434645 ->Supported address types parameter (Supported types: IPv4) ->ECN parameter ->Forward TSN supported parameter but I want till Initial TSN, means I want to remove last three parameters. Can anybody tell me about flags or something to stop these optional parameters to sent? Thanks in advance!

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  • TomLiotta
    First, can you please reword your question? Parts of it aren't making sense. For example, "but I want till Initial TSN, means I want to remove last three parameters." I can't understand what that means. . Also, what OS are you running under? What set of SCTP APIs are you using? . Tom
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