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We consider the connectivity of fiber graphs with respect to Grobner basis and Graver basis moves. First, we present a sequence of fiber graphs using moves from a Grobner basis and prove that their edge-connectivity is lowest possible and can have an arbitrarily large distance from the minimal degree. We then show that graph-theoretic properties of fiber graphs do not depend on the size of the right-hand side. This provides a counterexample to a conjecture of Engstrom on the node-connectivity of fiber graphs. Our main result shows that the edge-connectivity in all fiber graphs of this counterexample is best possible if we use moves from Graver basis instead.