Could someone help me interpret this tcpdump udp packet output? We are getting out image so I'm wondering why we are seeing this message. Is the packet length indicated by "length 1500)" or by "bad length 60000 > 1472"? Is the length of my packet 1500 or 60000? Where did the 1472 come from? Is there something that is not being set correctly in our UDP packets that trigger this message or is this message something I should just ignore.
jchan@dev01:~$ sudo tcpdump -nvvv -i eth1 port 4573 17:01:13.770878 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 51, offset 0, flags [+], proto UDP (17), length 1500) 10.0.2.2.45912 > 10.0.10.1.4573: UDP, bad length 60000 > 1472