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5.5] What is a runt? (Ethernet Errors and Troubleshooting)




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This article is from the Ethernet FAQ, by James Messer James@NetworkUptime.com with numerous contributions by others.

5.5] What is a runt? (Ethernet Errors and Troubleshooting)

In Ethernet networks, any frame shorter than the minimum 64 bytes
but with a valid CRC is considered a runt. Other frame-length errors
in Ethernet are long frames, which are longer than 1518 bytes yet
have a valid CRC.

 

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