Re: Question regarding struct sctp_association

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> Hi,
>
> I have a small consistency question. In sctp_packet_transmit of
> net/sctp/output.c some parts of the method check if the asoc is valid, other
> assume that there is one.
>
> I have some questions regarding that.
>
> The sctp_packet has a pointer to sctp_transport. Does every sctp_transport
> hold a valid pointer to sctp_association? Does it hold a valid pointer if


assoc not always valid, when we response to an OOTB packet, the
assoc will be NULL.


> authentication (sctp_auth) is used? Does it hold a valid pointer if chunks
> were seen?
>
> regards
> 	holger
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