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Re: How do you debug ip packets in a 3560 or 3550 ? For transit, bridged, packets. posted 07/25/2007
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Hey John,

If the packets are purely bridged packets, you wouldnt be able to
debug "ip" them, would you?

I would think these packets are L2 packets and wouldnt even get up the
stack to reach L3, much less being debugged.

But lets see what the experts mgiht say to this.

On 7/25/07, johngibson1541@xxxxxxxxx <johngibson1541@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Appreciate any thing.

5 days left to the lab.

This is for "switchport" (bridged packets). I can't turn off ip route-cache.

John

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