SCipTiPpy, SCipTiPpy, SCipTiP-teree:
an introduction to SCTP
La Monte H.P. Yarroll
Tuesday Sept 25th 2001 at 7:00pm
College of DuPage - K161
TCP is the best known of the Internet transport protocols. A new
transport protocol, SCTP, is ready to join the team. Stream Control
Transmission Protocol (SCTP) is, at its core, a reliable,
message-oriented, multihomed transport protocol. Originally developed
to carry telephone switching information (SS7 over IP), SCTP has
evolved into a protocol suitable for any service uses message or wants
to take advantage of multihoming.
This presentation will provide information for people who might need
to design or develop SCTP-based systems, and for those who might want
to contribute the the Linux kernel implementation effort.
La Monte H.P. Yarroll is a charter member of UniForum Chicago. He has
been active in the Chicago networking community for a decade and a
half. He's had a lot of fun, including running the most remote
chi.il.us site (while living in Tasmania). He currently leads a small
Extreme Programming team which develops open source implementations in
support of IETF protocols. He works for a small telecommunications
firm with headquarters in Schaumburg.
The next general meeting of UniForum Chicago will be from 7:00 pm to
9:00 pm on Tuesday, Sept 25th, 2001, at the College of DuPage, building K - room 161.
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