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Eagle: Why Is The Range Of ISTRMS (Inbound Streams) & OSTRMS (Outbound Streams) Values 1-2 When These Are 16-Bit Integers (Doc ID 2381804.1)

Last updated on APRIL 03, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications EAGLE (Software) - Version EAGLE 44.x and later
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Goal

To clarify why the range of ISTRMS and OSTRMS parameters in chg-assoc command is 1-2 when, as per the Commands Users Guide(https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E86948_01/docs.465/E83005_rev_1.pdf - pag. 148), these are 16-bit integers. A 16-bit integer could  allow a wider range than 1-2.

 

istrms:
SCTP Inbound Stream Value. A 16-bit unsigned integer that defines the number of
streams the sender allows the peer end to create in this association.
Range:
1 - 2


ostrms:
SCTP Outbound Stream Value. The 16-bit unsigned integer that defines the number
of streams the sender wants to create in this association.
Range:
1 - 2

 

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