Re: [EFM] 1 Gbps != 999.9 Mbps
I guess it might be described as good if you define "good" to mean making
use of a mechanism that was defined for one purpose, and applying it to
another purpose for which it was neither defined nor suitable. As far as I
am aware, 802.3x wasn't intended to be used to provide rate-matching
between dissimilar speed links.
At 18:04 26/09/2001 -0500, Roy Bynum wrote:
>>For T1 customers that want Ethernet connectivity, 802.3x is a good method
>>for doing the bandwidth limiting of a standard Ethernet interface to the
>>T1 payload bandwidth.