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Goran

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MTU value of interface 'VLAN 2' (1500) differs from configured MTU value (1492).

What means?
MTU on VLAN must be 1500?

Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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silars

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You may need to provide some screenshots, but does this link help explain what you are seeing?

http://www.ehow.com/info_10040276_1492-vs-1500-mtu-lan.html

There is no 802.1Q (VLAN specification) requirement for 1500 on a VLAN.
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Nonsense

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It means what it means. In router config`s MTU set 1492.
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