re: decreases in MTU

Philippe Prindeville <philipp@Gipsi.Gipsi.Fr> Tue, 06 March 1990 16:50 UTC

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Date: Tue, 6 Mar 90 17:51:16 -0100
From: Philippe Prindeville <philipp@Gipsi.Gipsi.Fr>
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To: craig@NNSC.NSF.NET
Subject: re: decreases in MTU
Cc: mtudwg

First, it isn't a factor of five, and second, it would only be
when driving short distances (less than a mile) at under 20
miles/hour.  Personally, I have a stack of Dukakis-budget-savers
(ie. $150 MA speeding tickets) that prove that this wouldn't
be of any use to me...

-Philip