Re: TTL Uses ???

Scott Bradner <sob@hsdndev.harvard.edu> Fri, 14 January 1994 22:01 UTC

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From: Scott Bradner <sob@hsdndev.harvard.edu>
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Subject: Re: TTL Uses ???

> Anyway, the IPng Directorate should be delighted to see that CATNIP, SIPP,
and TUBA have all converged on an 8-bit hop-limit field.  :-)

every little bit helps


Scott

:-)