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CISCO 3600 MTU SETTINGS

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STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS TO CHANGE CISCO 3600 MTU SETTINGS
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conf t
int e0/0 (e=ethernet, s=serial, f=fastethernet, first #= slot, second # = port)
 mtu 1496
 end
copy run start
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A grade of "B"?
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i know its 4 years late. But im now seeing that i made a mistake with the grade :(
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