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Re: MTU of the Internet?
On Wed, 4 Feb 1998 19:42:56 -0500 "Jay R. Ashworth" wrote: > > Unless your ISP uses BBN Butterflies and C30 IMPs in its backbone, I > > would discount the odds of running into a link with an MTU of 576. > Um, C30s were never IMPs (Internet Message Processors), they were always PSNs (Packet Switching Nodes). First project I ever worked on. > How do I program my router to emulate one of those? Drop it out a 3rd story window? BBN Butterflys were one of the worst pieces of hardware ever built. regards, fletcher