So BT is now starting to roll our full fibre to thge premises in a few areas.
Which raises the age old question of MTU size? Obviously, which is a shame in my opinion BT have stuck with PPPoE as its connection, rather than move to a simple DHCP model, for their network authentication mechanism for their new service.
I was presuming (or hoping) that the full 1500 MTU was now supported without having to use Mini-Jumbo frames?
Does anyone know what the optimal setting is please? I am moving to a Ubiquiti UDM Pro very soon, and wanted to understand if the standard Ethernet MTU is natively supported? I cannot test on my existing Asus AX11000 unfortunetly as it nails the packets at 1492.
Be aware that while BT supports baby jumbo frames, the UDM/UDM Pro doesn't have the ability to increase the PPPOE MTU above 1492 as it stands in the current firmware. It was possible in the older USG through manual editing of the config file but don't think anyone has managed to do it in the UDM.