Brian Lloyd (firstname.lastname@example.org)
21 Apr 88 09:27:03 EDT (Thu)
Sirius Systems' implementation of TCP/IP for the Convergent Technologies
workstations (the product is called Internet-CT) theoretically will
support 64K octet datagrams if you allocate sufficient memory to hold
such a datagram at service installation time (the size of the memory
pool is user configurable when the transport service is installed,
usually at system boot time).
We have never run into a situation where anyone wanted to send a
datagram that big and have never tried to send one that big but there is
nothing in the code to prevent it either.
Brian Lloyd, President
Sirius Systems, Inc.
19200 Tilford Way, Germantown, MD 20874
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