I scanned our router and got this error back, how do I fix this:
When a host receives an IP packet with a protocol called a "Probe" that it does not support, the host normally responds with an ICMP Protocol Unreachable (ICMP type of 3 and ICMP code of 2) packet. This ICMP packet consists of an IP header, an ICMP header, and some ICMP payload. The ICMP payload normally contains the IP header of the Probe and all or part of the IP payload. In some TCP/IP implementations, the ICMP payload has a fixed size or a minimum size. When this fixed or minimum size exceeds the size of the Probe, zero padding bytes should be used to pad up the ICMP packet to its fixed or minimum size. However, it was observed that non-zero padding bytes were used by the host. These non-zero padding bytes are likely to be part of the kernel memory.