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Setting TCP keepalive option from XTI t_optmgmt function.

Setting TCP keepalive option from XTI t_optmgmt function.

Setting TCP keepalive option from XTI t_optmgmt function.

Using XTI t_optmgmt function to negotiate keepalive for TCP.
After call to t_optmgmt which returns zero, I check the status of the opt struct of the returned structure - the value is 0x4000.
I can't find this anywhare in the XTI specs or in xti.h
Does anyone know:
1) what this value means?
2) is the status of the returned structure valid?

TIA,  Frank.

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