On 10/5/2011 7:27 PM, Alain Mouette wrote:
> I had problems with networking in dos for a few users, a short time ago.
> After a lot of headache, I discovered that those were conections via
> ADSL that used PPPoE, which has a 28 bytes overhead.
> So now I use
>     MTU=1472
> and I had no more problems ever since. I recommend to anyone, use 1472
> to avoid problems.
> :)
> Alain

Ah, interesting!  I should put that tip in the user notes.

I set a default of 576, which is the minimum that a gateway must 
support.  SLIP and PPP users often must use less.  I probably should 
work on a utility to do some MTU path discovery to diagnose problems 
like that.


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