Mac validating package payload

02 Mar

Each Ethernet frame starts with an Ethernet header, which contains destination and source MAC addresses as its first two fields.

The middle section of the frame is payload data including any headers for other protocols (for example, Internet Protocol) carried in the frame.

Used for including a one-label packet for per-flow load balancing of IPv4 VPLS traffic based on IP information and MPLS labels.

An Ethernet frame is preceded by a preamble and start frame delimiter (SFD), which are both part of the Ethernet packet at the physical layer.

Prevents an overwrite of the output file if it exists.

You can configure one or more options to load-balance using the packet information that you specify.

(M120 and M320 routers only)—Include the first MPLS label in the hash key.

It is followed by the SFD to provide byte-level synchronization and to mark a new incoming frame.

The ESP header is designed to provide a mix of security services in IPv4 and IPv6.