IP FRAGMENTATION IN WIRESHARK (2)

I promised some (potentially amusing) examples from real life after our previous session that was focused on understanding how Wireshark presents fragmented packets. If you read part 1, then you should be prepared for what comes below. If you didn't, please go ahead and read through it, as it has quite a bit of useful information. Don't worry ...

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IP FRAGMENTATION IN WIRESHARK (1)

Fragmentation. It's what happens when a big packet spawns a lot of smaller baby packets because the MTU is not big enough, be it anywhere in transit (IPv4) or only at the source (IPv6). It also might cause engineers to lose their sanity while troubleshooting weird problems.

Up until recently, I have to shamefully admit, I had no idea ...

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