Of all the switches in the Cisco/Linksys line, why is the SGE2000 the only gigabit managed switch that has all sorts of really great features including some layer 3 routing capabilities, but does not support true Jumbo Frames? There is only support for so-called "mini-jumbo frames" of 1600 bytes, which is about as useful as... well, this is a polite community, so I'll just say it's useless.
Cheaper switches support 9K or 10K jumbo frames.
The SGE2010 supports 9K jumbo frames. The SGE2010 is supposedly the 48-port version of the SGE2000.
Are there any plans to include 9K (or bettter) jumbo frames in a future firmware update for the SGE2000? Are there even plans to upgrade the firmware of the SGE2000?
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