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What is the right way to temporarily disable/enable PMTU Discovery on a Linux box?

I've a few pcaps that contain packets larger than standard ethernet MTU size of 1500B. I searched about this and found refs pointing towards Jumbo Frames. I now understand that since I'm on a GBE ...
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Jumbo Frame configuration & VMware

I am hoping one of you can help clear up some of my confusion on this matter. We have 2 new catalyst 3750 switches to support our VM hosts and SAN arrays. The SAN arrays utilize jumbo frames with an ...
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Configure LeftHand iSCSI SAN for jumbo frames after clients are configured

This is similar to enabling jumbo frames on an iSCSI network after the fact but in our case we configured the switches and then went through all the hosts, enabling jumbo frames (we may have screwed ...
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VMWare ESXi 4.1 VMXNET Ignoring MTU and Sending Jumbo Frames

On my CentOS 5.6 ESXi 4.1 VMs using VMXNET, it looks like they are attempting to send jumbo frames: However, all the interfaces are set to MTU 1500. What is causing this behavior? Update: I ...
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Are Jumbo Frames (MTU up to 9k) realistic/common over the open Internet?

I've got an application that would benefit from larger Ethernet frames. (In theory, we could reduce the number of outbound packets by > 50%, maybe even 66%.) I'm also in the process of specifying ...