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Author Topic: Jumbo Frame and how to use / set it  (Read 21610 times)

47th_ronin

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Re: Jumbo Frame and how to use / set it
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2011, 04:11:17 AM »

I don't know, what happened (or un-happened) but I get 19.4 to 21.9 Mb/s both ways now.
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wirelessly

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Re: Jumbo Frame and how to use / set it
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2011, 11:02:36 PM »

I've tried jumbo frames with my ASUS N61J Laptop, d link green 5 port gigabit switch and DNS323

As soon as I set the ASUS to jumbo frames and try to use it - it gives me blue screen of death indicating TCPIP issue.

Cant seem to resolve this one.

On a seperate note is it possible to use jumbo frames on a network when there are a mix of ethernet and gigabit PCs
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fordem

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Re: Jumbo Frame and how to use / set it
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2011, 04:22:21 AM »

I've tried jumbo frames with my ASUS N61J Laptop, d link green 5 port gigabit switch and DNS323

As soon as I set the ASUS to jumbo frames and try to use it - it gives me blue screen of death indicating TCPIP issue.

Cant seem to resolve this one.

This is a Windows/ASUS issue - and possibly driver related - what does the text on the BSOD say and what version of Windows?

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On a seperate note is it possible to use jumbo frames on a network when there are a mix of ethernet and gigabit PCs

You can use jumbo frame on a network where there is a mix of gigabit with jumbo frame, gigabit without jumbo frame, ethernet & wireless.
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47th_ronin

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Re: Jumbo Frame and how to use / set it
« Reply #18 on: July 16, 2011, 12:58:38 PM »

i recently bought wd mybook live. it's supposedly superior to dns-323 in many ways (better debian, faster etc.). it's web ui is really dumbed down though and there is no access to network speed and mtu settings (so no jumbo frame settings), default mtu is 1500. but i get upload speeds 37-38+ MB (megabytes)/s and ~10 GB file uploads in three minutes.
download still sucks. so it's definitely mac/osx thing and has nothing much to do with dns-323, it's drives or jumbo frames, at least for me..
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