Re: [webrtc-pc] RTCSctpTransport.maxMessageSize 0 case

If both are `0`, the result should be `0` meaning both the local peer can send messages of arbitrary size and the remote peer can receive messages of arbitrary size. Ping me again if that wasn't your question. :)

> Advanced apps talking to a WebRTC enabled server endpoint might wan to read it to be able to generate a custom SDP to get an expected `maxMessageSize` value.

I'm not sure what one would gain by that. Can you elaborate?

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