Triggers when a datagram can not be fully reassembled due to missing data. This may indicate a denial of service attack or an attempt to defeat packet filter security policies.
No recommended filters.
Some fragmentation may occur normally in network traffic. Additionally, some fragments may be dropped enroute to their destination causing the data to be eventually resent. Fragmented traffic is in itself unusual, but a large number of incomplete datagrams is not expected and is most probably an active attack.
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