SCTP Path Retransmission Attempts  <sctp_path_retran> 

This is the maximum number of consecutive retransmissions over a destination transport address of a peer endpoint before it is marked as inactive.
Reference: RFC4960
This is only applied during the connetion process. If modified after beginning the connection process, the change will not take affect unless the connections is stopped and restarted.

Type:

  dsInt

Default:

  5, unless Linux defaults modified
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Socket Interface <interface> SocketInterface
Socket Interface <socket> SocketInterface
Socket <sctp> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
Socket <socket> socketType
Control Socket <control_socket> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
Secondary eNB GTP-U User Socket <secondary_user_socket> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
Control Socket <control_socket> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
User Socket <user_socket> socketType
Socket Command <sctp> socketCommandType
Socket Command <socket> socketCommandType
Socket Command <control_socket> socketCommandType
Socket Command <user_socket> socketCommandType
Socket <secondary_user_socket> socketType
Socket Interface <interface> SocketInterfaceResponse
Socket Interface <socket> SocketInterfaceResponse
Socket Response <sctp> socketResponseType
Socket <user_socket> socketType
Socket Response <socket> socketResponseType
Socket Response <control_socket> socketResponseType
Socket Response <user_socket> socketResponseType