In what situation would an application programmer be most likely to use the sctp_peeloff function?
We say "the server side will automatically close as well" in our discussion of the one-to-many style; why is this true?
Why must the one-to-many style be used to cause data to be piggybacked on the third packet of the four-way handshake? (Hint: You must be able to send data at the time of association setup.)
In what scenario would you find data piggybacked on both the third and fourth packets of the four-way handshake?
Section 9.7 indicates that the local address set may be a proper subset of the bound addresses. In what circumstance would this occur?