MemberSeptember 29, 2021 at 1:00 am
In the comments of the question below informar that jumbo frames are supported onlt in private interface, bus the aws documentation informs that transit interfaces support jumbo frames too.
An AWS Direct Connect connection has been established between the company’s on-premises data center and Amazon VPC using a private virtual interface. The Network team has been instructed to increase the connection bandwidth by allowing more than 1500 bytes of data and increasing the payload size per packet. This will enable the applications hosted in Amazon EC2 instances to send more data on-premises with the same amount of overhead.
What should the team do to satisfy this requirement?
Comment of the question
Public and Transit virtual interfaces don’t support jumbo frames. Jumbo frames are supported only on private virtual interfaces attached to a virtual private gateway or a DX gateway.
What should I consider?
AdministratorSeptember 29, 2021 at 2:30 am
Thank you for bringing this item to our attention.
The statement appears to be a reference to an old premium support documentation that no longer exists. We will revise the explanation for this item.
Carlo @ Tutorials Dojo
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