> On Fri, Sep 12, 2003 at 01:37:59AM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > >The difference is too small to be meaningful.
> > 
> > when you have 56k modem and ~4.5KB throughput 0.5KB can make a big 
> > difference
> I wonder if we're thinking of the same numbers. I've seen 56k modems 
> run at 14,000 bps on bad lines, but not often. 4,500 bps is pretty 
> slow.

I was guessing he was mixing bits and bytes and means ~4.5 Kbytes/second
which is pretty good on a 56k line.   But, I could be guessing wrong.

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