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TestLoopback and TestBadBpdu

See atached text file. I can't find a clear explanation on why these error messages occured during diagnostic, although the switch appears to be running OK.

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Re: TestLoopback and TestBadBpdu

The TestBadBpdu test verifies the ability to trap or redirect packets to the switch processor. This test verifies that the Trap feature of the Layer 2 forwarding engine is working properly. When running the test on the supervisor engine, the diagnostic packet is sent from the supervisor engine's inband port and performs a packet lookup using the supervisor engine's Layer 2 forwarding engine. For DFC-enabled modules, the diagnostic packet is sent from the supervisor engine's inband port through the switch fabric and looped back from one of the DFC ports. The BPDU feature is verified during the diagnostic packet lookup by the Layer 2 forwarding engine.

Disruptive for looped-back ports. Disruption is typically less than one second. Duration of the disruption depends on the configuration of the looped-back port (for example, Spanning Tree Protocol).

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