SCTP Packet Structure
The Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) has a simpler basic packet structure than TCP. Each consists of two basic sections:
- The common header, which occupies the first 12 bytes. In the diagram to the right, this header is highlighted in blue.
- The data chunks, which form the remaining portion of the packet. In the diagram, the first chunk is highlighted in green and the last of N chunks (Chunk N) is highlighted in red.
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