According to the table here, it says that MTU = 1500 bytes and that the payload part is 1500 - 42 bytes or 1458 bytes (<- this is actually wrong!). Now on top of that you have to add IPv4 and UDP ...
I am getting MTU problems with connections to my web host provider. The issue is that I am behind ppoe with MTU size set to 1492 which preventing me from using 'scp'. Once changing MTU from 1492 to ...
How to increase MTU size on Linux 2.6? Is such a thing possible? If yes, which files (in /etc or elsewhere) must one edit?
Do any of the ITU DSL standards limit the maximum MTU that can be supported? I know that RFC2516 (PPPoE) limits the MTU to 1492 bytes; however when PPPoE is not used this limit should not exist. The ...
Thought one of the issues I'm experiencing with the following question is due to MTU rightfully so. ESXi 5 VM Putty session hangs, vSphere client timing out However, when I tried testing the ...
I recently discovered a Windows 7 client that couldn't connect to one of our servers. It turned out the problem was both that the server was set for an MTU of 1514 and that the client was set to 1504. ...