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Router I already have a liksys router/modem set up downstairs but i just set up my other router/modem up in the upstairs. The upstairs router is a compaq and my son is trying to get on his xbox but the MTU is failing how do i change the setting on that without changing it on my linksys.

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You need to know how to change the MTU packet size on the XBox?

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