2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2016 11:00 PM by sridhara.n_1476516

    What is MPS(maxium payload size) in IPSP

    sridhara.n_1476516

      what is MPS and what is the need of it L2CAP credit based channel..?

         

      What is the difference between MPS and MTU..?

         

       

         

      I didn't understand the meaning from spec..?can u explain in practical scenario...?

         

       

         

       

         

      Thanks and Regards,

         

      Sridhar Naidu.

        • 1. Re: What is MPS(maxium payload size) in IPSP
          vavc

          Hi Sridhar,

             

           

             

          MPS- maximum payload unit. It gives the maximum dta that L2Cap layer can accept from low layers.

             

          MTU->maximum transmission unit(maximum SDU). it gives the maximum data the upper layers can accept from L2Cap. 

             

          One of the main functionalities of L2Cap is segmentation and fragmentation.

             

           

             

          In basic l2Cap channel there won't be any segmentation and fragmentation. In this case both MPS and MTU are same.

             

           

             

          Regards,

             

          Vikas.

          • 2. Re: What is MPS(maxium payload size) in IPSP
            sridhara.n_1476516

            Hi vikas,

               

            What is the meaning of credits here..?

               

            Why it is calling as credit based flow control channel..?

               

            If the channel is not a cbfc(means ordinary profile ATT channel),will it support segmentation and fragmentation..?

               

             

               

            Thanks and Regards,

               

            Sridhar Naidu.