RIP Broadcast

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Amit Singh Mon, 06/04/2007 - 06:32
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Where you are getting the message. Are you trying to ping 4510 switch or where on your network. Please let us know about your toplogy.


HTH,

-amit singh

I am getting the ICMP msg as a a result of RIP Broadcast from a router that is several hops away. The ICMP msg indicates TTL exceeded. Since the RIP Broadcast has a TTL of 1, it should not travel past the 1st hop.

How then is it possible that I would get an ICMP message from a router several hops away??


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