MRU : Java Glossary


MRU (Maximum Receive Unit). The Maximum Receive Unit sets the maximum number of bytes that we are capable of receiving in one PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) packet. Generally, the bigger the better. Typically set to 1576 bytes. Setting it smaller helps if there a large number of scrambled packets, or if you need fast response time to single keystroke packets.

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