We replaced a Cisco 837 at one site with a Cisco 2811 with ADSL card, in order to allow more VPN connections.
The Cisco 2811 router is configured in much the same way as the previous 837 router was and, after installation, things seemed fine - we established the VPN tunnel from the Cisco 2811 to another site which had a Cisco 837 router and we were able to pass traffic.
However, subsequently, it soon became clear that some user applications were affected by the router change. The connectivity was there but the users could not perform certain tasks they could previously (e.g. running certain apps, sometimes emails could be problematic, etc)
I THINK this may be an MTU issue. However, I can't understand a) why the change of router would affect this and b) what needs to be done to resolve the situation.
On both the old Cisco 837 and the new Cisco 2811, the line "ip tcp adjust-mss 1452" is included.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to resolve this? Or if it is not an MTU issue, what else it could be?
(Note: the Cisco 2811 is running 12.4(1b) and the Cisco 837 was running 12.3(2)XC2)