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remi.despres at free.fr
Tue Jun 7 13:55:35 CEST 2011
Le 7 juin 2011 à 13:26, Marc Blanchet a écrit :
> Le 11-06-07 07:03, Mohacsi Janos a écrit :
>> Dear All,
>> A possible option would be for develop a new opportunistic PMTUD standard:
>> - start from 1280 and increase it until it is possible....
> see RFC4821.
However, RFC 4821 isn't completely clear as to which PMTU to try first.
As detailed in my last answer to Fred, 1280 seems the best choice, at least in IPv6.
Can we agree on this?
>> - you less likely capable of using the available bandwith.....
>> - you are wasting ~15% of the available frame size.
>> Janos Mohacsi
>> Head of HBONE+ project
>> Network Engineer, Deputy Director of Network Planning and Projects
>> NIIF/HUNGARNET, HUNGARY
>> Key 70EF9882: DEC2 C685 1ED4 C95A 145F 4300 6F64 7B00 70EF 9882
>> On Tue, 7 Jun 2011, Rémi Després wrote:
>>> Le 6 juin 2011 ? 23:34, Tassos Chatzithomaoglou a écrit :
>>>> I also support the idea of using everywhere a 1500 MTU and not only
>>>> on W6D.
>>> The problem is that the value that MUST work everywhere is 1280, not
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