Re: DSL Tweaking

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Am Mo, den 19.04.2004 schrieb Luc Bouchard um 20:07:

> We had to change the MTU to 1452 from 1492 (this is again off the top of my head), the
> problem that we had was some network names could not be resolved and by changing the
> maximum transmission unit we were once again able to resolve all addresses.  This seems
> to be a known issue with Windows XP and in some rare cases Linux (has something to do
> with upstream equipment from our modem).


Usually it's the other way round: You have to reduce the MTU to 1452 or
below. Greater MTU = more Speed, but potentially more packet drops,
which results in some domains no being accessible.


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