NDPS Malformed Packet

I am having some communication issues.

When I run a network sniffer I get the following:

Source: 192.201.0.16
Destination: 192.201.0.21
Protocol: NDPS
Info: [MalformedPacket]

I looked up NDPS to find out that its a novell protocol. I have no novell type protocols installed. Why is this happening. Should I be concerned?
I have layer 2 switches
adimitAsked:
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adimitAuthor Commented:
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pgm554Commented:
Sounds like a print server has NDPS turned on.

I don't think that would cause any significant network issues ,though.

What's your network problem?

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adimitAuthor Commented:
at this point I;m going to close this log, because I think that whatever problems I am having that I think are network related are probably application related.
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