[Mono-list] SCTP support on linux

sensph sensph at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 9 00:15:50 UTC 2014


I am currently developing Telecom applications which require the use of
SCTP. Although I have used many languages over the years, x86 assembly, C,
C++, pascal, I am currently most familiar with C#. 

Currently the applications are based on Windows servers, however the, non
commercial, SCTP is limited and often not maintained.

I have a basic familiarity with linux so my thought was to switch to linux
which has SCTP support built into the kernel. Then use mono to continue
programming in C#. However there appears to be no support for SCTP in mono?

Searching google revealed nothing of use, searching here revealed one post,
and trying to open a simple socket with the SCTP protocol in mono on linux
gave me an error.

Apologies that I can't remember the Linux distribution or the version of the
mono IDE or compiler I used.

Can you use SCTP , by way of C#, by way of mono on linux?

If so,is there  any example, I could be pointed to?

Had I better forget this thought and dig out my old C,C++ knowledge if I
want to use SCTP on linux?



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