I've been testing Wireless Wire with Ignitenet's Meshlinq (TRILL) switches in the lab.
Version: current 6.42.6
Current 60Ghz max L2 MTU is 2290.
Sending a decapsulated ICMP packet to the Wireless Wire nodes of > 2264 (including headers) causes a 60 Ghz link down event!
In practice, this limit is even lower — 2244 — because of TRILL encapsulation.
Regardless, a large packet should not cause a link down event. (This happens even if the packet just hits the bridge but does not pass through it.
Has anyone else seen this?