After reading several docs on MTU and overhead I'm still a little confused trying to work out the maxium supported MTU over a particular ethernet WAN circuit. I need to establish the maxium allowed payload from the provider(should be 1600 bytes), and if the circuit currently has enough overhead to deploy services like MPLS VPN, QnQ etc
My understanding is that I will require a minimum MTU of 1522 bytes for MPLS i.e. 1500 bytes + 14(Ethernet) bytes + 8(MPLS) bytes
Currently I can ping across the circuit with a maximum packet size of 1516 bytes.
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