On Fri, Jan 25, 2002 at 02:58:56PM +0000, Karl Jeacle wrote:
> That's not strictly true because only the computer<->modem link is async.
> The modem<->modem link uses LAP-M framing, which has a smaller overhead.
> So while you are wasting bits locally on your serial link (which you can
> afford to waste), you aren't wasting quite so many between the modems.
A most informative document - you learn something new every day. Mind you,
in the real world there's quite a bit more difference in throughput between
ISDN and a V.90 modem than the 64K/50K ratio would lead you to expect.
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