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hi every body!
1)Do we need to configure the " interface range fastethernet 0/1, fast ethernet 0/2" first before we can use the command"defineinterface-range zee fastethernet 0/1, fastethernet 0/2" ?
2) switch puts ports in errdisable for different errors. I dont understand the difference between psecure-violation cause and security-violation cause.
My cisco book defines psecure-violation as" detects conditions that trigger port secuiy " and security-violation as" detects errors related to port security".
My understanding is both option serves the same purpose that is port would be put in errdisable state if anything happens against the configured port secuirty . So why do we need two different causes when they both serve the same purpose?
thanks a lot and have a nice weekend!
Yes, that's the way it works.
1) They are 2 different commands. The interface range command is interactive while the define interface range command is used when creating a macro.
2) They aren't the same:
Enable the timer to recover from a port security violation disable state.
Enable the timer to recover from an IEEE 802.1x-violation disabled state