So if you are running PPPoE your MTU is fixed at 1492 and can't be changed
by entering a smaller value in the MTU box? if that is true (and that is
what my Status.php seems to show) that doesn't seem to make much sense.
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On 12/15/05, Raylund Lai <raylund dot lai at kankanwoo dot com> wrote:
> My setup is using the modem in bridge mode and m0n0wall for pppoe auth.
> The status.php, somehow (I don't know why), always report mtu of 1492.
PPPoE is always 1492. It's a "normal" 1500 MTU connection, with 8
bytes of overhead.
I have about 15 m0n0walls out there on PPPoE DSL connections, all set
to default MTU (i.e. left blank on WAN page, which means 1492 with
PPPoE) and they're flawless.
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