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FAQ-What Is the Meaning of Host packet singular in Running-log of MA5200 MA2.10-71xx

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  201 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:What is the meaning of "host packet singular" in running-log of MA5200 MA2.10-71xx?
      
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
A:
MA5200 MA2.10-71xx has a user-host car for each user. If a user transmit too many control packets (to be processed by host) and exceed the CAR, it will print the alarm. It is often caused by virus or attack. If the system contains a great deal of such alarms, check if the relevant clients (the alarm contains the postion of the user, and its IP and MAC) have virus. 
Root Cause
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