You can set a basic policy to block this traffic if you are not using IPv6. set policy profile 100 name BlockIPV6set policy rule 100 ether 0x86dd mask 16 dropset policy port *.*.* 100*.*.* is all ports BTW, you will get a error that you cannot set this on a LAG portsIt is FAD
I had this problem once with a specific series of DELL workstations. They did this when going into power save mode. The model in question was DELL Optiplex 780 iirc. If you have those machines in your network try updating them to the latest BIOS and NIC drivers.
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