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NIC cards supporting 16k Jumbo frames

Posted on 2010-11-30
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Dear Gurus,

I am searching for NIC cards that are supporting 16kBytes jumbo frames.
Any help in this?

Many Thanks,
Georges
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http://pages.uoregon.edu/joe/jumbo-clean-gear.html
selected Intel adapters and syba...
(but no switches)

normal 9000byte gear should do fine (which excludes realtek gigabit cards found on cheap desktop mainboards)
e.g marvell, broadcom and all common things in servers of today...
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