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Lots of DSAP and SSAP between the cisco router and PC running Windows 7?

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Lots of DSAP and SSAP between the cisco router and PC running Windows 7, how do I get rid of this. I think it started when I tried to download a large file from the Linux server to the Windows 7 client through IE but when I closed out IE, these DSAP and SSAP continues to flow... How do I get rid of this type of traffic?
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What is the value of the dsap and ssap fields?
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i figured it out...
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