I'm attempting to debug a hardware issue where an embedded board transmits seemingly faulty ethernet packets.
I connected the embedded board to a debugging machine's ethernet port to listen to the packets that the faulty board is sending.
When the embedded board transmits a packet, I see the packet leaving on the transmitter's RGMII TX... lines (between MAC and PHY), and I see a packet arriving on the receiver's RGMII RX... lines (between PHY and MAC).
However, tcpdump running on the receiving machine shows nothing, and ifconfig on the receiving machine shows 0 bytes received.
I'm assuming that the packets are invalid (bad ethernet frame header or checksum?) so the MAC simply discards them and doesn't forward them to Linux. The packets are not forwarded by a dedicated ethernet switch either.
Is there a way to see those invalid packets / packet fragments in tcpdump, Wireshark or similar?