<networking> /god-zil'*-gram/ (From Japan's national hero and datagram) 1. A network packet that in theory is a broadcast to every machine in the universe. The typical case is an IP datagram whose destination IP address is []. Fortunately, few gateways are foolish enough to attempt to implement this case!

2. A network packet of maximum size. An IP Godzillagram has 65,536 octets. Compare super source quench.

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