Re: Forcing MTU

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in the ifcfg-xxxY file add:


I found that my laptop (which is very new) would has a max MTU of 7000 in Gigabit mode, so 9000 may not always work, of course you may also reduce the size (e.g. MTU=256).


Michelle Gates wrote:
Never mind... found the flag with ifconfig.



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Subject: Forcing MTU


Would anyone be able to tell me what I need to edit to force the MTU on an
FC5 system?

I've been looking all through /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts and can't seem
to find it?

Thanks in advance,


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