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Re: Extended sequence numbers for AX.25



>rate, number of sequential errors, and number of received bad packets.  My
>statistics for ax.25 were consistent with Phil's predictions.  TCP/IP fared
>better than ax.25 overall both in speed of completion and error rates,
>especially at larger packet lengths.  (Obviously, we didn't do 1500 byte

This isn't surprising since TCP generally reorders out-of-sequence packets
while AX.25 generally discards them. This makes sending more than one packet
per transmission somewhat more worthwhile with TCP than AX.25.

Phil






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