On Fri, Jun 08, 2001 at 09:45:31AM +1200, Don Stokes wrote:
Well, no, but then ethernet (in common with every other sensible
link level protocol) doesn't send acknowledgments. TCP does and
uucp (g protocol at least) does, so you have a bunch of TCP
packets flying back to the other end carrying uucp
Eh? What the hell are you on about?
The point I was making is that multiple layers of checksumming is
hardly new, nor something I would consider bad (perhaps superfluous,
the IPv6 designers choose to drop this and require lower-layers
Yes, there is additional overhead, but who really cares? How many
MUAs and MTAs support BDAT (rfc3030 ???) to avoid the >33% expansion
that base64 encoding gives to attachments?
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