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A DNS uses UDP packet to resolve IP addresses. What happens when the DNS names to be looked up exceeds 576 bytes (the maximum UDP packet size)? Can it be sent in two packets?
I still get collisions on one of my network cables even when I have a switch. Is this to do with the cable I'm using? What can I do?