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Reduces the number of network packets required to transmit a block of data by buffering the network MTU (up to 1500 bytes of data) or waiting up to 200 msec. When either condition is met, it sends the buffered data in one Ethernet packet. Also referred to as "nagling" and detailed by John Nagle in RFC 896.

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