1) CRC: Cyclic Redunancy Check, usually indicates a layer 1 problem, bits being corrupted in transit. Every packet sent has a checksum that is computed by the transmitter. If the checksum calculation does not match at the receiver, bits must have been corrupted so the packets are discarded.
2) A switch will drop a packet if it is corrupted, if there is no buffer space to receive the packet, or if any number of other error conditions occur
3) A switch will (generally) pick the primary address of the interface closest to the destination address for traffic originating from the switch.
Question We run asr9001 with XR 6.1.3, and we have a very long delay to
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