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Old 13th December 2008, 01:47 AM
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Van Jacobson TCP/IP header compression for PPTP

My computer connected to LAN. Internet connection through pptp VPN server located on this LAN.

TCP/IP header compression compression can improve performance over slow serial links but what about performance on LAN?
VPN works both with this compression and without it.

Should I use pppd options novj, novjccomp to disable this compression or vj-max-slots 16 instead for connection to VPN server?
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