[c-nsp] asr 920 - lower mpls mtu?

George Giannousopoulos ggiannou at gmail.com
Sun Jun 19 10:34:04 EDT 2016


I guess you are configuring using "old style" config.  Try using interface
pseudowire and configure MTU inside it.

On Jun 18, 2016 19:57, "Mike" <mike-cisconsplist at tiedyenetworks.com> wrote:

> With all this talk of asr920, and having a new one in my trembling hands,
> I have been working on learning it and have run into an unanticipated
> problem. Trying to set up an EoMPLS tunnel, the mtu allowed for 'l2 vfi
> somename manual' is a bit short.. only 9180 bytes as opposed to 9216 for
> all the rest of my me3600's for example.
> asr920(config-vfi)#mtu ?
>   <1500-9180>  MTU size in bytes
>   <cr>
> I am trying to figure out why this is... am I being silly and this is too
> high and I should select a lower global default like 9100 or ?
> Mike-
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