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SubjectRE: eth0: bogus packet
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change you MTU size down ...

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From: Ulrich Windl[SMTP:Ulrich.Windl@rz.uni-regensburg.de]
Sent: Friday, May 10, 1996 2:25 AM
To: linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu
Subject: eth0: bogus packet

Hello, I get these messages on a 386SX/16, but not on faster
machines. Can anybody explain the magic numbers?

eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x10 size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x9 size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x9 size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x2d size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x2d size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x27 size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x2b size=64
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x9 size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0xf size=70
eth0: bogus packet: status=0x20 nxpg=0x23 size=70

It's for kernel 1.3.98 and a WD0813. I suspect a receiver overrun.

Must messages from network cards be always cryptic?

Ulrich




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