Re: MacOS, Debian router and ADSL/PPPoE (OT Net Tuner does not work for HTTP)
On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 09:37:33PM +0100, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> > but if NAT gw machine has MTU already set do 1492, then there is no need for
> > "NATed" clients to change MTU.
That's only if you use MSS clamping.
> > i call pppoe with "-m 1412". if this helps you...
> The MTU of the PPP link (1492) seems fine, the router itself has no
> problems. And remember, only MacOS has problems.
The "-m 1412" causes pppoe to clamp the maximum TCP segment size to
1412. There is now kernel support to do this so that would probably be
better. Infact use kernel support for pppoe if you can (although I
don't know how mature it is).
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