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Avaya 3524GT ERS Switch - Enabling Jumbo Frames

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How do I enable Jumbo frames on Avaya ERS 3524 switch from the CLI?

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I'm not familiar with Avaya Switches but here's something I found out.

To support a jumbo frame system, set the SF/CPU MTU to 9600 bytes on the Edit, Chassis, Chassis dialog box. You can also use the config sys set mtu CLI command or the mtu <1950-9600> ACLI command in the Global Configuration mode. Interface ports can pass jumbo frames by default If a jumbo frame enters on an interface and is destined to egress a chassis interface that does not support jumbo frames, it is gracefully dropped.
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Thanks, But I don't see that option in the Avaya EDM web gui and the command does not seem valid on the CLI.

Any other ideas?
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This command doesn't work on global configuration mode?

"config sys set mtu 9600" or "mtu 9600"

Try this, page 126 - 128 to see if you can change MTU value.

http://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100169971
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Thanks very much
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