possible reasons
- your firewall rules are the cause - check it.
- your network card produce problems (REALLY i have that case)
- the network/LAN named tries to sent UDP packet is somehow flooded.
 - the network card changes from UP to DOWN state at the time of the error

See that a lot running local resolver on a wireless-g card and turning on the
microwave.
this is extreme case. but card don't need to turn UP and DOWN for long enough for system to get a message. my second case
- your network card produce problems (REALLY i have that case)

is an example. i had such card that just reported error every some amount of packets.
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