MTU stands for Maximum Transmission Unit, it defines the maximum size of a packet that can be transferred in one frame over a network. This packet also contains the header and trailer information, which are addresses for each packet that are required by the routers on the network. Fragmentation will occur if a packet is sent across a network that has an MTU smaller than the packet's frame length. This will lead to reduced performance levels as fragments need to be reassembled.
The Windows ( 95 / 98 / XP / ME / NT / 2000 ) MTU registry fix should be used on computers that experience long delays when loading certain web pages. This registry fix will optimize the MTU setting in Windows XP for Dandy's DSL service. Simply save the MTU fix to your desktop, in the box labeled MTU enter the value “1350” and click save.
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