This question is based on the fact that ethernet frames have two different sizes, one for each direction of transmission. The minimum size is typically the smallest physical size that it can travel, while the maximum size is the largest size that it can travel. I was also wondering what the maximum size of an ethernet frame was, if it was ever going to be larger.
A frame is a part of a cable. The cable is the actual transmission medium (like telephone wires), and the frame is the part of the cable that is the transmission medium, and it is the last piece of the cable that is actually a physical object that is physically connected to another part of the cable. So if you have an ethernet frame, then the ethernet frame is the transmission medium for the transmission medium.
the ethernet frame is a physical object that is connected to another physical thing, called the cable. If you have a frame, then the frame is the physical object that is connected to the cable. Ethernet frames have a size maximum, called a minimum. The minimum size of a frame is the size of the cable that is the physical object that the frame is connected to.
The smallest frame is the one that comes with the cable (and the frame). The largest frame is the one that comes with the ethernet frame (and the frame). There is also a minimum size, called a maximum, that defines the physical size of a frame. The maximum size of a frame is the size of the ethernet frame (and the frame). The minimum size of a frame is the size of the ethernet frame (and the frame).
For ethernet, the minimum frame size is the size of the ethernet frame and the frame. This is because in ethernet there is a fixed physical size for the ethernet frame and the frame. The minimum frame size is the size of the ethernet frame and the frame. So, for example, a frame which is exactly the same size as the ethernet frame and the frame would not fit on the frame that comes with the ethernet frame.
Since ethernet frames are fixed physical sizes, this means that we cannot make the frame size smaller than the ethernet frame, and thus we cannot make ethernet frames smaller than the frame. This is a limitation of ethernet frames.
The frame size is a physical size that has to be known in advance of use. For example, the frame size might be 16mm x 16mm (a common size of ethernet frame). The frame size will also depend on the ethernet protocol, but it is always the same size as the ethernet frame.
It is also possible to create the frame size using a physical size, but most of the time it’s too big to be a size of ethernet frame. This is why we want to make it smaller to give the frame a bigger size.
Ethernet frames are the size of a flat piece of cardboard. They are typically 16mm x 16mm. As they were once larger, but because they are not the ethernet protocol they are now much smaller.