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Is there a way to find out of order packets on a switch?

I need to know if there is a way to find "out of order" packets in a switch. Is there a show command that will do this?

Thanks

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Is there a way to find out of order packets on a switch?

No, there is not. Not even a router is able to detect that. You have to rely on end system tools.

New Member

Re: Is there a way to find out of order packets on a switch?

Thanks for the response, but what kind of end system tools would you be talking about?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Is there a way to find out of order packets on a switch?

To begin with, netstat -s

Then you have netmon, wireshark, etc.

New Member

Re: Is there a way to find out of order packets on a switch?

Ok..got it..Thanks again.

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