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4) Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL) of 80 seconds, a host is required to send 500-byte packet without having identification field to wrap around within one MSL, i.e. 80 seconds. What is the maximum bandwidth required? Do you see any problem if this limit (maximum bandwidth) is exceeded?