royalblues Thu, 08/16/2007 - 11:23
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If your switch A is uplinked to switch B, then switch B will have the mac-address-table for all the hosts connected to switch A



qmcnetwork Thu, 08/16/2007 - 11:34
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The bigger picture is that a port on switch A is getting port security triggered by a mac address of a pc connected to a port on switch B. When you do a 'sho mac-address-table interface...' command on the port on switch A, both mac address of the connected pc and the mac address of the pc on switch B sho up in the table. Switch A and switch B are in two separate buildings although the ports are on the same vlan.


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