Книга: Iptables Tutorial 1.2.2



The ABORT chunk is used to abort an association as previously described in the Shutdown and abort section of this chapter. ABORT is issued upon unrecoverable errors in the association such as bad headers or data.

Type - bit 0-7. Always set to 6 for this chunk type.

Reserved - bit 8-14. Reserved for future chunk flags but not used as of writing this. See the SCTP Common and generic headers for more information about the chunk flags field.

T-bit - bit 15. If this bit is set to 0, the sender had a TCB associated with this packet that it has destroyed. If the sender had no TCB the T-bit should be set to 1.

Length - bit 16-31. Sets the length of the chunk in bytes including error causes.

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