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Re: MAE-EAST Moving? from Tysons corner to reston VA.
> > On Sat, 17 Jun 2000, RJ Atkinson wrote: > > > At 22:46 16/06/00 , Richard A. Steenbergen wrote: > > > The common number that all > > >those using jumbo frames should support is 9000 bytes (not 9k aka 9216). > > > > Disagree, for the reasons described in RFC-1626. The IP MTU > > described in RFC-1626 has a number of advantages for hosts > > using TCP, whether or not NFS is in use. > > That came out wrong, my point was that the number on all jumbo frame > implementations should be no lower then 9000 bytes, not that this is the > best possible number. Optimizing for NFS seems to be one of the lowest > considerations on the list of important things though. :P aren't two "well known" router vendors only supporting 8192 bytes? -b