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  Reply # 315612 7-Apr-2010 05:28
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cyril7: I think its trying to say that in older times smaller ATM cells (188byte) were more appropriate to the slower networks of that time, now with faster networks to switch larger ethernet frames is more efficient.

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I think you are thinking of a MPEG-TS frame, not an ATM cell which is 48+5, 53 bytes as PH states? 

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  Reply # 315617 7-Apr-2010 07:21
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I think you are thinking of a MPEG-TS frame, not an ATM cell which is 48+5, 53 bytes as PH states?


Yeah your correct, but we get the picture anyway :)

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