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SubjectRe: MTU discovery
  Hi,
--- Matti Aarnio <matti.aarnio@zmailer.org> wrote:
> Oh, it is mentioned there, although not with that
> name.
> Some devices do, however, support reception (and
> transmit) of what
> is called "jumbograms". With boomerang you can
> set a register
> to contain the limit value. Alternatively with
> boomerang, and
> its predecessors, you can set a bit to accept
> extra-large frames.
> I recall the ultimate limit is in order of 4kB.

How did you came up with "4Kb"?
I've looked through the datasheets of the board and
didn't find any mention to it.
--Robert

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