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We had similar issue with a wireless connections using Cisco AP. We resolved it with patch 5 of HIPs.
As we read the details, patch 5 allowed for the odd sized packets that the AP was delivering.
If you are not wireless, you may look down the avenue of packet size, ours were encrypted on the AP and this just caused fits.
Thanks for this answer.
We're not wireless, but we do have packet encryption between sites and I thought there might be an issue in that direction.
I don't know how to check or fix packet size though.
McAfee support hasn't helped much so far. Then it's getting hard to follow up on this since we're in GMT+1 and I get the feeling support origin varies between GMT, GMT-7 and GMT+5... And each time, I have to delegate part of the tests to (my) local sites...
thanks for your help
Based upon your signature, you are down a couple of patches on HIPS, try installing Patch 5, which you probably have control over, which ignored the non-standard packet size to see if that takes care of things. We were at patch 4 previously, and patch 5 cleared the errors. We had this issue only on our network segments, Access Points, where we had end to end encryption.