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When u run a webex apllication , connecting through proxy,
it opens new socket connection after every  257 kb data
transfer.

I wonder how did they arrive at that no.Is there any special significance of no 257. I will be greatfull ,if some can give me a clue what is its significance.
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Over ethernet, the number has no specific significance.  However, the proxy server in use may have a special consideration for this number.  OR it could be arbitrarily selected by the proxy administrator
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