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NAME

       sctp_test - Send and receive messages via SCTP

SYNOPSIS

       sctp_test -H -P -h -p -l|s

DESCRIPTION

        This  is  a  userspace  test  application  for  the  SCTP Linux kernel
       reference implementation.

OPTIONS

       -H local-addr

       -P local-port

       -h remote-addr

       -p remote-port

       -s     Act as client

       -l     Listen for connections (server)

       -a assoc_pattern
              assoc_pattern   in   the   mixed    mode    0    =    sequential
              ascending(default) 1 = random

       -d debug
              0 = none 1 = min(default) 2 = max

       -c testcase
              0 = 1 byte packets.  1 = 1352 byte packets.
                  (fragmentation point for an i/f with 1500 as mtu.)  2 = 1353
              byte packets.
                  (min. size at which fragmentation occurs
                  for an i/f with 1500 as mtu.)  3  =  Sequence  of  1,  1353,
              32768 byte packets.  4 = Sequence of following size packets.
                  (1,  1000,  2000,  3000,  5000,  10000,15000,  20000, 25000,
              32768) 5 = 32768 byte packets.
                  (default max receive window size.)  6 = random size packets.

       -ve value
              Packets of specifed size.

       -m msgsize
              (1500-65515, default value 32768)

       -x number_of_repeats

       -o order_pattern
              0  =  all unordered(default) 1 = all ordered 2 = alternating 3 =
              random -t stream_pattern
               0 = sequential ascending(default)
               1 = random -M max_stream (default value 0) -r seed (default  0,
              use  time())  -L num_ports (default value 0). Run the mixed mode
              -S num_ports (default value 0). Run the mixed mode -D Drain.  If
              in client mode do a read following send.

USAGE

       server: sctp_test -H local_addr -P local_port -l

       client: sctp_test -H local_addr -P local_port -h remote_addr
        -p remote-port -s

AUTHOR

       Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org>

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