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Can I change the MUT of the Windows ECS NIC?

Created: Jul 5, 2022 02:52:06Latest reply: Jul 5, 2022 08:29:48 305 6 1 0 0
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Hello, everyone!

I want to change the MUT value, do you know how to change the MUT of the Windows ECS NIC?

Thanks in advance!

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olive.zhao
Admin Created Jul 5, 2022 02:58:06

Hello, Jackson!

Yes, you can change the MUT of the Windows ECS NIC. I uses an ECS running the Windows Server 2012 OS as an example to describe how to change the MTU of the ECS NIC.

Enable Jumbo Packet on the NIC

1. Click Start in the task bar and choose Control Panel.

2. Click View network status and tasks under Network and Internet.

Figure 1 Network and Sharing Center

Network and Sharing Center

3. In the View your active networks area, select the target NIC. Take the Ethernet 15 NIC shown in Figure 1 as an example.

Click Ethernet 15.

The page showing the Ethernet 15 NIC status is displayed.

4. Click Properties.

The page showing the Ethernet 15 NIC properties is displayed.

5. Click Configure. In the dialog box that is displayed, click the Advanced tab.

Figure 2 Inter(R) 82599 Virtual Function #13 Properties

Inter(R) 82599 Virtual Function #13 Properties

6. In the Settings area, select Jumbo Packet. In the Value area, select 9014 Bytes.

7. Click OK.

Change the MTU

1. Press Win+R to open the Run dialog box.

Figure 3 Run
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2. In the Open text box, enter cmd and click OK.

3. Run the following command to view the NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 show subinterfaces

4. Obtain the result. The MTU of the NIC with Jumbo Packet enabled is 9,000.

Figure 4 Obtaining the NIC MTU
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5. Run the following command to change the NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 set interface "NIC name" mtu=Changed MTU store=persistent

For example, if the MTU of the Ethernet 15 NIC is changed to 8888, run the following command:

netsh interface ipv4 set interface "Ethernet 15" mtu=8888 store=persistent

6. Run the following command to view the changed NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 show subinterfaces


Hope this helps!

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user_4237671
user_4237671 Created Jul 5, 2022 04:01:11 (0) (0)
 
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olive.zhao
olive.zhao Admin Created Jul 5, 2022 02:58:06

Hello, Jackson!

Yes, you can change the MUT of the Windows ECS NIC. I uses an ECS running the Windows Server 2012 OS as an example to describe how to change the MTU of the ECS NIC.

Enable Jumbo Packet on the NIC

1. Click Start in the task bar and choose Control Panel.

2. Click View network status and tasks under Network and Internet.

Figure 1 Network and Sharing Center

Network and Sharing Center

3. In the View your active networks area, select the target NIC. Take the Ethernet 15 NIC shown in Figure 1 as an example.

Click Ethernet 15.

The page showing the Ethernet 15 NIC status is displayed.

4. Click Properties.

The page showing the Ethernet 15 NIC properties is displayed.

5. Click Configure. In the dialog box that is displayed, click the Advanced tab.

Figure 2 Inter(R) 82599 Virtual Function #13 Properties

Inter(R) 82599 Virtual Function #13 Properties

6. In the Settings area, select Jumbo Packet. In the Value area, select 9014 Bytes.

7. Click OK.

Change the MTU

1. Press Win+R to open the Run dialog box.

Figure 3 Run
download?uuid=0cb7411c0c264d8e81f5d7269d9abf9a

2. In the Open text box, enter cmd and click OK.

3. Run the following command to view the NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 show subinterfaces

4. Obtain the result. The MTU of the NIC with Jumbo Packet enabled is 9,000.

Figure 4 Obtaining the NIC MTU
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5. Run the following command to change the NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 set interface "NIC name" mtu=Changed MTU store=persistent

For example, if the MTU of the Ethernet 15 NIC is changed to 8888, run the following command:

netsh interface ipv4 set interface "Ethernet 15" mtu=8888 store=persistent

6. Run the following command to view the changed NIC MTU:

netsh interface ipv4 show subinterfaces


Hope this helps!

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user_4237671
user_4237671 Created Jul 5, 2022 04:01:11 (0) (0)
 
Jackson.F
Jackson.F Created Jul 5, 2022 02:59:01

Thanks very much!
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user_4237671
user_4237671 Created Jul 5, 2022 04:01:18

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Saqibaz
Saqibaz Created Jul 5, 2022 08:29:48

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olive.zhao
olive.zhao Created Jul 5, 2022 08:43:50 (0) (0)
Thanks!  

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