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sh ip traffic and NO Port

could someone please explain wht the No Port count means in 'sh ip traffic'

UDP statistics:

Rcvd: 17692469 total, 0 checksum errors, 12798663 no port

Sent: 6202060 total, 0 forwarded broadcasts

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Re: sh ip traffic and NO Port

It represents the total number of received UDP datagrams (or packets) that could not be delivered because there was no application at the destination port. This could result, for instance, if the node at the destination end is powered down or if it is not running the application required by the UDP datagram.

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