Ping and check don't fragment.
Set the ping to around 1480, if that can't make it through your tunnel the
MTU is probably too low. Work your way up and you can identify what's
limiting your MTU.
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On Oct 15, 2016 1:24 PM, "Andreas Wiatowski" <andr...@silowireless.com>
> How do I check that with Mikrotik Josh?
> Andreas Wiatowski, CEO
> Silo Wireless Inc.
> 519-449-5656 x-600
> From: Josh Luthman
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> Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 1:19 PM
> To: telrad
> Subject: Re: [Telrad] L3 MTU settings
> Check for fragmenting packets?
> Josh Luthman
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> On Oct 15, 2016 1:15 PM, "Andreas Wiatowski" <andr...@silowireless.com>
>> Please pardon my ignorance with this question. We use Mikrotik Cloud
>> Core’s L3 routing with OSPF. Wondering if there is any merit in switching
>> the default L3 MTU of 1500 to 1580 for better performance and possibly
>> solve some weird VPN problems for customers on the LTE platform. I know
>> quite some time back there was a number of discussions around MTU…I can’t
>> seem to find them. Currently we are L3 MTU of 1500 and L2 MTU is 1580, some
>> are 1588…. Seems to be calculated automatically.
>> Andreas Wiatowski, CEO
>> Silo Wireless Inc.
>> 519-449-5656 x-600 <519-449-5656%20x-600>
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