[j-nsp] L3 incompletes
chrobb at indiana.edu
Sat Dec 6 16:02:57 EST 2003
I believe we've always believed they were CDP packets. Dunno where that
thought originated from, but I'd be interested if anyone else has dug
On Dec 5, 2003, at 3:40 PM, Phil Rosenthal wrote:
> I noticed that all of my links between my Junipers and my Bigirons
> that are doing vlan tagging have about 4 "L3 incompletes" per second
> (monitor interface ge-x/y/z).
> Per juniper:
> ◦ L3 incompletes
> This counter is incremented when the incoming packet fails Layer 3
> (usually IPv4) sanity checks of the header. For example, a frame with
> less than 20 bytes of available IP header would be discarded and this
> counter would be incremented.
> Has anyone ever bothered to try to figure out what these packets are?
> --Phil Rosenthal
> ISPrime, Inc.
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