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serverfault.com/questions/369850/rts-threshold...

Setting the RTS and fragmentation thresholds to the maximum means that no packets will meet the threshold. The fragmentation threshold limits the maximum frame size. This reduces the time required to transmit the frame, and therefore reduces the probability that it will be corrupted (at the cost of more data overhead).

resources.infosecinstitute.com/rts-threshold-configuration...

If the packet size is less than the threshold or below average, the function will not initiate. RTS & Fragmentation threshold for improved performance. The recommended standard of the RTS threshold is around 500. A low threshold implies RTS packets are transferred more frequently and the throughput of the packet is on the lower side.

www.home-network-help.com/wireless-network-performance.html

Fragmentation Threshold. Default setting is 2346 bytes and the allowed range is 256-2346 bytes. It specifies the maximum size for a packet before data is fragmented into multiple packets. Same as how RTS threshold works, if you notice frequent collisions on wireless network, then can consider to lower the threshold value.

www.avg.com/en/signal/boost-home-wi-fi-signal-strength

Fragmentation Threshold: This value is used to set the maximum size of a packet that can be sent. Smaller packets improve reliability, but they will decrease performance. Unless you’re facing problems with an unreliable network, reducing the fragmentation threshold is not recommended. Make sure it is set to the default settings (usually 2346).

sites.google.com/site/embeddedsystesting/wireless...

2) When fragmentation threshold will be used ? Fragmentation threshold will be used when we have more data packet size to be transmitted and we have less fragment threshold value. Lets say from Ethernet we have to send 1400 byte packet but the fragmentation threshold is set as 400.

now.avg.com/boost-signal-strength-improve-wi-fi-network-part-2

Fragmentation Threshold: This value is used to set the maximum size of packet a client can send. Smaller packets improve reliability, but they will decrease performance. Unless you’re facing problems with an unreliable network, reducing the fragmentation threshold is not recommended. Make sure it is set to the default settings (usually 2346).

community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/Advanced...

This leaves nothing to do apart from tweaking the advanced wireless settings to marginally improve problems related to weak signal and/or RF interference, so I've been reading everything I can find on these boards and elsewhere about changing Fragmentation Threshold, RTS threshold, and beacon interval.

community.ubnt.com/t5/NanoStation-and-Loco-Devices/Best...

What are the best settings for RTS Threshold: Fragmentation Threshold:??? Ive been using 256 768 but that seems to slow people down way too much What settings are you guys using?

wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Advanced_wireless_settings

Setting the Fragmentation Threshold too low may result in poor network performance. Only minor modifications of this value are recommended. How it works: The Threshold for fragmentation to occur is a 802.11 configuration parameter. This is an optional feature, the 802.11 standard and dd-wrt includes the ability for access points to fragment ...

forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-mtu-vs-fragmentation...

I know that fragmentation threshold seems to apply to the 802.11 protocol layer, so if I set it below the MTU, will it then effectively limit my MTU to the same value? e.g. if MTU=1500 and I set fragmentation threshold to 1400, is my MTU then effectively 1400? And is it possible to set the fragmentation threshold above the MTU value?