On Tue, 7 Dec 2004, Hamilton, David (TSG C&I) wrote:
> I am using the bridge to simulate a satellite link to a number of
> different machines and this is why the VLANs ae required.
I'll take your word for it ;)
> 'Small traffic' does get through easily enough, it's just NFS and X11
> which would generally be 'large' packets that get messed up which would
> certainly point to a VLAN tag problem.
Get fixed driver(s) or lower MTU by 4 bytes on *all* interfaces on
that LAN (on both sides of the bridge).
NB: The e100 and e1000 drivers should be grand MTU wise out of the
> I think I can get around it by reconfiguring the routers on either
> side and using routing rather than bridging, and moving the machine
> to the other side of the routers to get away from the VLAN trunk.
Maybe. No idea without getting a network diagramme ;)
> Thanks for your input,
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