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3.2.7 Other Local Events

Whenever an indication of a connection error is received from the underlying transport, the TDS client MUST close the transport connection, indicate an error to the upper layer, stop any timers if running, and enter the "Final State" state. If TCP is used as the underlying transport, examples of events that can trigger such action—dependent on the actual TCP implementation—might be media sense loss, a TCP connection going down in the middle of communication, or a TCP keep-alive failure.

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