SCTP SACK Timeout (ms)  <sctp_sack_timeout> 

Delay prior to ACKing a received packet, to improve performance by limiting packets on the network
This is only applied during the connection process. If modified after beginning the connection process, the change will not take effect unless the connections are stopped and restarted.

Type:

  dsInt

Default:

  200, 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