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Thread: MLA TCP/IP Stack Recovering from Ethernet Error
face BY : Harold Hallikainen email (remove spam text)

> I don't know the peripheral, but on ethernet both ByteCount above 1522
> and CRCError can be a collision or interference, and device reset in
> response seems a bit eager.
> CRCError can also be a fault in a sending device.
> I remember having to split networks with hubs or switches to keep
> numbers down to what the customer wanted.

Thanks! I have a WireShark capture from a customer site where the network
gets flooded with TCP communications between a couple other devices. I
don't know why my system is seeing all that traffic. It SEEMS like the
switch should send it to the receiving device only based on the MAC


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