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Hi,

I'm not familiar with Wireshark and how to interpret the output from it. I have output like this :

Sender MAC: IETF-VRRP-VRID_64 (00:00:5e:00:01:64) Sender IP: 0.0.0.0 (0.0.0.0) Target MAC: Broadcast (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) Target IP: 10.189.8.12

How can I stop the broadcast? I have Cisco N7K as core switch. Sender is DHCP Server that is directly connected to N7K

Regards & Thanks, Syafiq

asked 14 Apr '14, 19:36

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edited 14 Apr '14, 19:41


How can I stop the broadcast?

You should not try to stop it, until you fully understand why it is happening. VRRP is a redundancy protocol used by network devices to build a cluster. If you stop those frames (in whatever way you manage to do so), you could break the cluster.

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Kurt

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answered 15 Apr '14, 01:38

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Hi Kurt,

Thank you.

Regards, Syafiq

(15 Apr '14, 01:41) syafiqrahin
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