Also be aware that ISIS does not recreate a LSP on every router but rather floods the LSP and there is no fragmentation. Thus make sure the MTU is consistent on all interfaces within an ISIS level. You can configure the setting on an interface to match a neighbor MTU with:
clns mtu 1500 ! this one affects ISIS as CLNS is used to send ISIS packets
I have one question. If ISIS fixes the problem using Padding of hello massages then we do people run into MTU mismatch problems. My understanding was that ISIS pads the first couple of packets to detect MTU mismatch faster or does it pad every hello packet every sent?
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