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Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)

 
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Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)

Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)
Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)
2023-09-08 09:46:43 - last edited 2023-09-11 02:12:28

Feature request

Is support for RFC4638 planned for this router (and also others). This solves many TCP clamping issues and improves your connection if using PPPoE links.

 

 

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Re:Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)
2023-09-11 02:11:23

Hi @OXAR 

Thanks for your valuable feedback and post here. This request has been forwarded to the developer team for further evaluation. But now we don't have plans for this feature yet.

You can subscribe to the firmware release thread which is pinned on the related page. Or pay attention to our official website where most releases will show up there very soon.

As a reminder, any request will be evaluated by our developer team before it is officially added to the roadmap. That may take some time before you see a release with this feature. If your requested feature is not on high priority or not reported by many people, it may be delayed for more feedback.

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RE:Support for RFC4638 (Greater MTU and MRU than 1492 on PPPoE links)
2024-02-13 18:45:29
My ISP also instructs me to set the MTU of the PPPoE interface to 1508 to prevent MTU problems.
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