DECnet Phase IV Route Buffer Size
This parameter value determines the maximum size of a Routing message. It therefore determines the maximum size message that can be forwarded. This size includes protocol overhead down
to and including the End Communication layer, plus a constant value of 6. (This value of 6 is included to provide compatibility with the parameter definition in Phase III, which included the Routing overhead.) It does not include Routing or Data link overhead (except for the constant value of 6). There is one buffer size for all circuits. NOTE: The BUFFER SIZE defines the maximum size messages that the Routing layer can forward. The SEGMENT BUFFER SIZE (defined below) defines the maximum size messages that the End Communication layer can transmit or receive. The SEGMENT BUFFER SIZE is always less than or equal to the BUFFER SIZE. Normally the two parameters will be equal. They may be different to allow the network manager to alter buffer sizes on all nodes without interruption of service. They both include an extra 6 bytes for compatibility with Phase III.
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