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Bad DHCP packet?

Hi! With what may be related to this error:

*Jul 18 17:40:58.637: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:40:50.309: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:40:42.208: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:40:38.022: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:25:51.516: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:25:42.657: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:25:37.998: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:25:35.708: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:25:33.754: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:23:37.785: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:10:52.182: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:10:43.272: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

*Jul 18 17:10:35.767: %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: dhcpd.c:235 Bad DHCP packet from 10.19.29.3, dropping

Any suggestion?

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Bad DHCP packet?

Hello Sergey,

As per your query i can suggest you the following solution-

Error Message    %DHCP-3-BAD_DHCP_PKT: Bad DHCP packet from [dec].[dec].[dec].[dec], 
dropping 

Explanation Bad DHCP packet.Dropping

Recommended Action Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://tools.cisco.com/ServiceRequestTool/create/launch.do, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered.

For more information refer to the link-

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/message/guide/msgs4.html

Hope this will help you.

Cisco Employee

Re: Bad DHCP packet?

Can you tell me more about ur setup? What kind of client is this? Does this happen to all clients?

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