[c-nsp] BGP MSS=576 bytes

Jose Conceicao conceicao.jose at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 15:51:10 EST 2009

After choosing whatever prefered method, wouldn't these BGP sessions need to
be re-established to take effect? (since MSS is only carried in SYN and
And shouldn't u account for TCP/IP overhead?
(just being lazy by not testing this in lab)


2009/2/11 Łukasz Bromirski <lukasz at bromirski.net>

> On 2009-02-11 20:24, Justin Shore wrote:
> So how do one force iBGP sessions to choose a larger datagram size? Do
>> you have to do it in the BGP config with 'neighbor a.b.c.d transport
>> path-mtu-discovery' or is there a more automatic solution?
> 'ip tcp path-mtu-discovery' global command or the one You mentioned
> for per-neighbor tuning.
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