I'm trying to determine the behavior of IP Source Guard in an IOS 6500 when DHCP snooping is not enabled.
In the documentation for Cat 6500 12.2SXH "Configuring IP Source Guard", the example for a port in a VLAN not configured for DHCP snooping appears to indicate no filtering is performed. Packets are permitted to pass.
Am I interpreting the output correctly?
Does the behavior change if I have static bindings defined (using the IP SOURCE BINDING command)?
Sorry, I have to correct myself:
DHCP snooping must be enabled for the vlan where the port is located when you use the ip source guard feature.
Beside this, the ip source guard will work as I described earlier.