I would like to know the equivalent command in Juniper for "mpls mtu" in Cisco. I made L3 MPLS VPN up between Juniper and Cisco and ping is working fine. But im not able to send packets greater than 1488 with DF bit set. I suspect problem could be because of MPLS MTU mismatch between the two. Is there any specific command available in JUNOS similar to Cisco or Shall we need to change the L2 MTU of the physical interfce only (im afraid changing the L2MTU at Juniper will have any problem in OSPF neighborship).
Im able to change the MTU size in Juniper box. In Juniper the default MTU is showing as 1514 bytes. Max i can able to set till 9000 bytes. I ve made L3 MPLS VPN up with Cisco and end to end ping is working fine. But im not able to ping with data size more than 1488 bytes. For L2 MPLS VPN, the max data size is 1470 bytes. I tried changing the L2MTU of Juniper but OSPF went down with Cisco. The intermediate switch is configured with Jumbo Frame size so i dont have any issue in L2 Path. I would like to configure the MPLS MTU ciommand in Juniper similar to Cisco so that Labelled packets will flow through it.
Should the Interface MTU be set to the same value of MPLS MTU config. Because my juniper router throws the following error when i tried to configure the MPLS MTU. i will not be able to change the Interface MTU in juniper as my IGP goes down with Cisco.
juniper@r53# set ge-1/3/0 unit 0 family mpls mtu 1550
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