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[Xen-users] changing mtu at dom0

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Subject: [Xen-users] changing mtu at dom0
From: Israel Garcia <igalvarez@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 01:01:40 -0500
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Hi list:

We're planning to install a storage server in our network 1GBE. This
storage and the cisco switches will be configure using etheret jumbo
frames (9000), but I think dom0 uses mtu 1500 by default. I've search
the web and found an easy way to change mtu in debian linux using
ifconfig command. my question is:

Which network interface I'd change mtu parameter  at dom0? peth0?
eth0? all vethxx?
Will this mtu change at dom0 affects network setup of  domU's?

Israel Garcia

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