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I am trying to set mtu value for ipv6 interfaces. I know how to set it for ipv4 interfaces
ifconfig net1 mtu 1240
Do I need to add any iptype for the above command ?
TIA (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Sumanthsv
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I have created a bonding bond1 interface with 6 Eth , mode=4. Recently i have changed my old ipv6 to new one and tried to restart as well as reload network service. Post which i can see old as well as changed ipv6 in ifconfig command output. Below are few files and command output for your... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: omkar.jadhav
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Couldn't find an IRIX forum, so I'm posting to this one...
Just had our SAs rebuild an IRIX machine and now I need to set the MTU to 1344 (vice 1500 default). I can set it manually using the ifconfig command, but it won't survive a reboot. I made an entry into the /etc/init.d/ifconfig-1.options... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: scottwevans
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Does anyone know how to make an AFP mount of home directories (/Volumes/users off of another server) so that any users doing an ssh login retain write permission to their individual folders, read-write permissions to folders chowned to appropriate group... and so that newly created... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: drkdev
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I would appreciate some help with the following. We have 3 SUN X4450 servers, each of these servers talk to each other, one is an application server the other is a database server and the third is a web server. We also have numerous workstation and ACD connections.
When I snoop the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: giles.cardew
Hi, Just want to ask on how to check and change the MTU size of the nodes from 1500 to 9000? I need to match the MTU size of some cluster nodes which has 1500 to the others with 9000 because they are inconsistent. Thanks (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: criphaze22
How do i find the MTU size on solaris, which file to look into.
Please help I'm a newbie to administration. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ramky79
I need to check the mtu setting on my server, I am told I need to use the ndd command and check the tcp setting tcp_mss_max
I have done so and all I can see is the below,
tcp_mss_def_ipv4 (read and write)
tcp_mss_max_ipv4 (read and write)
How can I check the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: frustrated1
Do anyone know how to change the MTU value on an interface on Solaris 10 server? (2 Replies)
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