[mythtv-users] First Nvidia Ion box - Acer Aspire Revo prices revealed
k at adamski.org
Tue Apr 14 16:27:45 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-04-13 at 19:33 -0400, Raymond Wagner wrote:
> Nick F wrote:
> > My Atom 330 with a PCI 8400GS running 0.21 fixes with Jean-Yves's
> > patches makes for a great frontend.
> Jean's patches are not a release version of MythTV.
> > It plays Blu-Ray rips (of disks I own!) through the 100mbit network
> > connection
> As Robert explained, I wasn't saying you can't do it, but that you can't
> use jumbo frames if you want to use this device. You cannot use two
> different frame sizes on the same logical network. You can use the same
> physical network and switches, but you have to set up a machine on the
> network as a router, to route data between the two logical networks.
This is not accurate, you can mix jumbo and not jumbo devices on the
same logical network. TCP will work perfectly, the only issue would be
with UDP. In the case of Myth network, UDP could be used for NFS, but
NFSv3 can use TCP, so that is not a problem. The other common use for
UDP would be DNS, but since that comes from outside, it would fit in
standard (1500) size packets. So unless you have a need to exchange UDP
packets between mixed devices, mixing jumbo and non jumbo devices is not
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