The Stream Control Transmission Protocol is a transport layer protocol (protocol number 132) used most often for sending telephone signalling messages over carrier IP networks.
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After completing a science degree at the University of Waterloo, Bill began his professional life teaching college chemistry in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and fell into technical writing after moving to Ottawa in the mid '80s. Tech writing stints at all sorts of companies finally led to joining Fortinet to write the first FortiGate-300 Administration Guide.
Latest posts by Bill Dickie (see all)
- Client-Side SD-WAN with IPsec VPN Deployment Scenario – Expert - September 20, 2017
- High availability with two FortiGates - July 28, 2017
- FGCP High Availability Troubleshooting - October 17, 2016