Question about configuring Jumbo Frames w/ Servers using Broadcom NICs
I have a questions regarding Jumbo Frame configuration. We have (2) 3750X switches in a stack configuration with Dell Equallogic 6500 storage and Dell Blades 610. The servers have Broadcom NICs with the Advanced Control Suite installed.
What should the following options be configured as on the Broadcom NICs that are attached to the switches:
Chassis PHY Flow Control (Options avaiable: Tx Enabed, Rx Enabled, Rx & Tx Enabled, Auto). Currently set to Rx & Tx Enabled. Chassis SW Flow Control (Options avaiable: Tx Enabed, Rx Enabled, Rx & Tx Enabled, Auto). Currently set to Rx & Tx Enabled. Jumbo Packet - Currently set to 8500 (I was told by one techician to set this to 8500 due to overhead). Is this correct or should it be set to 9000.
Is there any other configuration that needs to applied to our interfaces for jumbo support? (Jumbo support was enabled at the global level)
int g1/0/1 switchport access vlan 23 switchport mode access switchport nonegotiate flowcontrol receive desired no cdp enable spanning-tree portfast
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