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ARP.REQUEST Packet not enqueued on vlan 1: Current Pkt Count Exceeded

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Viewing debug arp messages and keep getting ARP.REQUEST Packet not enqueued on vlan 1: Current Pkt Count Exceeded messages.  Is this a debug resource problem or a switch resource problem?

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Re: ARP.REQUEST Packet not enqueued on vlan 1: Current Pkt Count Exceeded

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- That message means that the current interface (VLAN 1) has too many packets in the ARP queue to resolve. Usually this message is encountered when there are pingfloods or IP address sweeps occurring through the AOS device from the LAN. The message may also be seen if there are too many devices (large subnet) in the LAN.

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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Re: ARP.REQUEST Packet not enqueued on vlan 1: Current Pkt Count Exceeded

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- That message means that the current interface (VLAN 1) has too many packets in the ARP queue to resolve. Usually this message is encountered when there are pingfloods or IP address sweeps occurring through the AOS device from the LAN. The message may also be seen if there are too many devices (large subnet) in the LAN.

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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Noor