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    Procurve 2626 MTU

    anyone know how to set the MTU on a procurve 2626.
    im in on the command line and lost....

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    The MTU for 10/100mbit ports is fixed at 1522bytes.

    Gigabit ports operating at a Gigabit can receive Jumbo frames (effective mtu of 9220 bytes) if a VLAN includes the port and has jumbo frame support enabled.

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    no wonder I couldn't find it.

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