How Do I Change MTU setting on my computer

The xbox says i need to set my MTU setting to 1364....where do i do that?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 20 Applies to:

We also have a quick NAT guide here: forums.xbox.com/.../34069.aspx

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Okay but how do i do that......I know i do something on the computer but....i dont know where to go

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dude...you need to alter either the wan settings or the lan settings in your router. i cant remember which it is, but that's what you need to check

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yeah its the WAN settings

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To change your MTU or any of your network settings you will need to access your modem/router.   Typically to access your router you enter the router's ip address into your browser.  For example on Belink router's you enter http://192.168.2.1 and press enter.  Your network equipment may have a different internal ip address than this one.

 

For further reading: http://compnetworking.about.com/od/wifihomenetworking/ht/access-routers.htm

 


 

If you can provide us with your set up, i.e your router make and model and what ISP you are using, we will be able to help you further.

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Okay, thanks for your help so far....here is my router and modem info

I have a 2wire router and

an OvisLink ADSL MODEM OV303R2

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dude. the ip address to your router is on the back of the router. go look at it and write it down. then go to your computer and get on the website address for your router. (type in the number you wrote down) then go to WAN settings and you should see your MTU settings in there somewhere

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