/ vlan1 - bridge(vlan1) - vlan1 \ eth- vlan2 - bridge(vlan2) - vlan2 - QinQvlan - VPLS \ vlan3 - bridge(vlan3) - vlan3 /
I am afraid only gigabit chipsets used on routerboards do report L2 MTU. So I guess the best you can do at this time is increase IP MTU.Thanks for the info mplsguy!
Can you name any gigabit ethernet cards which report L2 MTU and are supported by ROS 4.2 x86?
What about it? RouterOS VPLS pseudowires support frame fragmentation/reassembly according RFC 4623. This means, that if l2mtu of VPLS will exceed outgoing link MPLS MTU plus any space needed for VPLS+MPLS encapsulation, frame will get fragmented.hmmm... what about fragmentation?..
This is known (old) problem. Make sure you use latest routing-test & mpls-test.anybody help here?
it's only my problem, or anybody have this problem with ROS 3.18+