RV120W wrong length (generated?) in PPPoE packets?
I'm investigating an issue we have with video conferencing. I'm now at the UDP packet level and generated traces with the RV120W diagnostic tools to perhaps get a hint on our conferencing issue. When inspecting the trace, Wireshark reported that all incoming packages have a length error in the PPPoE frame.
I also looked at the same trace package with the MS Network tool. Both tools reported the same (short) length in the PPPoE header and also an equal and a much larger length in the payload, the UDP header (One packet analysis, displaying both lengths is attached).
Question: is this erroneous length a problem that would have consequences outside the router, for example for our conferencing system?
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