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Question by giant
Submitted on 7/16/2003
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How is the definition of a burst?

I know that a burst is defined as a stream, where frames/packet are back to back. there is a minimum of delay between each packet of the time which is needed to transmit 96 bit through the network. But if I capture streams with tcpdump (a stream which I know is bursty) I can see that there is a bigger delay between the packets. So what is the maximum delay defined for a burst?

Answer by asma
Submitted on 6/3/2004
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what is a burst time


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