I've been reading into Jumbo Frames and reading a bit about them, but I'm a little uncertain if things are working correctly. I have a E2000 running latest toastman firmware, and I have a Realtek nic in my laptop that supports various Jumbo Frame sizes, starting at 2000. I recently purchased a Western Digital Mybook live. One strange thing I have noticed is that when I set Jumbo Frame size to 2K in device manager, the actual setting in registry is 2034. Another strange thing, without enabling JF in the router, when I ping the router with the command "ping 192.168.1.1 -f -l " the largest size I can use is 1504 bytes, which indicates to me that when not enabling JF in the router, it is still using a larger MTU than 1500. When I ping the router wirelessly, 1472 is the largest size I can use. When turning on JF 2k, 1504 is still the largest size I can use. When changing both device manager and the router to 4K, I get the same result. If I telnet into the router and do "ifconfig" it shows 1500 for the MTU for br0, eth0, and eth1. Am I incorrect in assuming that Jumbo Frames should change the MTU, or am I confusing something, or does JF not work for this router? When I change the MTU to 2000 in the mybooklive I am able to ping the mybooklive with packets as large as 1972, which indicates that JF are working for it. So I'm confused..