It needs me because i had set up rspan for analyzing traffic in interesing port and I wish to know what device sends large frames.
At the start of my experiment I had default mtu on all ports - 1500.I have analyzed network traffic in interesting port and seen nothing. then i have changed mtu on my port (GigE) to 9000 - max value and repeated experiment and again seen nothing.
Does it mean that frames bigger than 9000 and switch drops it?
i have checked ports on other switches and it has surprised me: c2950 have no large frames , but c3750 have large frames.
I have set mtu in 9000 only on c2960. i thought that some one who is connected to this switch(PC or other network device) sends large frames. I did not think that large frames can be on other switches.
it seems to me that problem has occured because of ipx traffic in my network and fallback bridging on my c3750.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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