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Buffer size is the amount of data that can be buffered.

 

MTU size is the maximum size of the ethernet frames send. So the lower the MTU, the more packets fit inside your buffer. But these packets will be fragmented.

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31 minutes ago, Bert said:

Buffer size is the amount of data that can be buffered.

 

MTU size is the maximum size of the ethernet frames send. So the lower the MTU, the more packets fit inside your buffer. But these packets will be fragmented.

Would lowering or raising either of these help mitigate packet burst issues? 

I suspect packet reordering is my main issue

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