It seems i forgot to mention that the error appears on the onboard gigabitethernet controller of a 7200 and it accompanied exactly by the same number of "ignored" errors on the "sh interfaces gig...."
The "sh buffers" do not show any failures or any fallback to the public pool.
The packet loss across this interface is about 1%-2% while the errors on the "show ..." commands increase with fast rate. The interface connects to a broadcast domain (switch) with about 4 routing devices.
Could this be a result of receiving L2 frames with other dest MAC i.e. a "cosmetic error"?
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