This alert will trigger when more than one IPv6 "first fragment"is seen on an address/fragment set.The address set includes IPv6 addresses (Src and Dst), and the4 byte Fragment Identification.A "first fragment" is when the OFFSET is 0 and the MoreFragsbit is 1.Multiple "first fragments" are indicative of a malformedpacket stream. The normal protocol operation specifies thatthere can be only one "first fragment" in a fragmented datagram.Contents of a typical include: 1) Src and Dst addresses are the lower 4 octets of the IPv6 address. 1) Src and Dst IPv6 address (16 octets each). 2) optional Length - the length of the malformed option. 3) optional Count - the number of occurrences of a condition.
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