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comment Mysteriously dropped packets
There are too many possibilities to give you a good answer. Could be the system checking for updates automatically, could be an automated backup, could be someone else automatically scanning the system, and probably a bunch of other things too. You'll need to isolate what the traffic is during that time to really know.