On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 04:36:11PM +0000, Toad wrote: > Yuck! I'm skeptical... Could well be snake oil. Please find me an > internet standard that mentions an MTU of 576 bytes - or even some cisco > documentation. It seems pretty clear that bigger is better within the > limits available... Bigger=Higher latency. It matters less on most modern ADSL and cable modems as they're high-bandwidth which is throttled, but there are older cable modems where it does give a marked latency decrease.
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