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Network packet consisting of routing information and a payload. Most commonly an Internet Protocol (IP) packet. For questions about packet vulnerabilities, or tools like wireshark that directly manipulate packets. Related tag: [network].

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Was/is there a reason for a host to receive a packet larger than 84 byte total? There are several layers involved here, and that's the first part of the problem. ICMP's 84 bytes for a ping … packet on the IP protocol if there's fragmentation, passed on to the ICMP layer which will then check the protocol type and only after all of that can you length check it. There are many places when …
answered Nov 10 '15 by Jeff Ferland