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What is MTU?
MTU stands for Maximum Transmission Unit. This the maximum amount of data that can be sent and received in one data transaction.
This is a setting that we typically do not change in our modems and routers as it is now a fixed and standard value of 1492 or 1500 depending on modem type.Was this article helpful?
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