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UDP statistics - "no port"

When I run the command "show ip traffic" on a 3750X switch, I see some output like this:

UDP statistics:                                                                 
  Rcvd: 24289 total, 0 checksum errors, 24289 no port                           
  Sent: 0 total, 0 forwarded broadcasts    
     

What does the # by "no port" mean?  Are packets for "no port" correctly propagated?

 

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New Member

I have seen the same on my

I have seen the same on my 2811 router.  Seem if the device isn't expecting something on a particular UDP port it increments this counter.  In my case my rounter is incrementing this value because of unexpected UDP port 137 traffic.

UDP statistics:
Rcvd: 11353897 total, 0 checksum errors, 11110169 no port
Sent: 66093 total, 0 forwarded broadcasts

Hi, Increasing "no port"

Hi,

 

Increasing "no port" means : Number of times a packet was received that was directed to a port with no application listening.

It probable cause can be Layer 1 problem especially in fiber optic links. check your connections first.

Then inspect your cpu processes for noticeable spikes.

 

HTH

Houtan

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I'm seeing the same high

I'm seeing the same high count on my side and it increase pretty regularly. How do you track down the cause? I have a couple of fiber links plugged in but I'm not aware of any issues with them.

I has similar experience

I had similar experience before and find the faulty port by disconnecting them one by one.

 

Houtan

 

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