XGS2210-52 How to enable MTU size of 9k on VLAN (resolved)

CarlsapCarlsap Member Posts: 11  Freshman Member
edited May 30, 2018 4:20PM in Discussions
How to enable MTU size of 9k on VLAN or in general. I am looking for the MTU size setting in the switch. Can anyone point me to the right menu?

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  • Zyxel_RyanZyxel_Ryan Zyxel Official Agent Posts: 66  mod
    Hello @Carlsap

    Actually, XGS2210-52 has MTU size with 9k between transferring traffic in original design. 
    You do not need to do any setting.

    Ryan 
  • CarlsapCarlsap Member Posts: 11  Freshman Member
    Thank you Zyxel_Ryan

    Is there any documentation you can supply on this matter? I probably need to share this information to the HPE simplivity deployment team.

    Carlsap 
  • Zyxel_JonasZyxel_Jonas Zyxel Official Agent Posts: 65  mod

    Please refer to the attached file (page 2 > General > #8) for the requested information.

    Hope it helps.
    Thanks.
    Jonas
  • CarlsapCarlsap Member Posts: 11  Freshman Member
    Once again. Thank you Zyxel_Ryan for assisting.
    I also found some reference to MTU size in the Userguide version 4.5 called Path MTU Table. But appearantly it only cover the IPv6. Is there a plan to include the IPv4 in this MTU table view?
    Or does XGS2210 only support 9k in IPv6?


    Regards from Carlsap
     
  • CarlsapCarlsap Member Posts: 11  Freshman Member
    Tried to run ping test from telnet session of xgs2210 switch to direct connected laptop with jumboframe enabled. command used:
    ping 192.168.1.100 size 1472 is ok
    ping 192.168.1.100 size 1500 is not ok
    Tried local loopback ping using xgs2210 local ip adress:
    ping 192.168.1.41 size 1472 is ok
    ping 192.168.1.41 size 1500 is not ok.
    pingtest with size bigger than 1472 is not supported from telnet console.

    How can I verify 9k support on this switch?
    Please help ?

    Regards from Carlsap


  • CarlsapCarlsap Member Posts: 11  Freshman Member
    My mistake, I had to ping test from endpoint to endpoint. The switch itself does not reply to jumbopackets. Ran successfull ping test between two windows machines with this syntax:
    ping -f -l 8972 [IP address]

    Conclusion: The XGS2210 Switch supports jumbo frames on IPv4. 


    Regards from Carlsap =)
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