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OSPF Error debug

Jun 27 23:14:48.662 EST: %OSPF-4-BADLSATYPE: Invalid lsa: Bad LSA chksum Type 5, LSID 192.168.175.0 from 192.168.142.130, 192.168.128.44, FastEthernet8/1/0

What is the proper way to decode/translate the above. Seaching cisco's docs, I know that it's a checksum error for a Type 5 LSA concerning 207.5.175.0, but I'm curious as to the src. 192.168.142.130 is the advertising router in this case, and is remote to primary-r1, the router generating this log entry. 192.168.128.44 is local, and also a member of area 0. As this is a Type 5 LSA, meaning an external route, my guess is the syntax is:

[date] %OSPF-4-BADLSATYPE: Invalid lsa: Bad LSA chksum Type [lsa type], LSID [lsa in question] from [lsa origin], [packet origin], [interface packet came in on]

My second question is whats the recommended corrective action for the above?

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