MAC Address of CSS interface not seen on L2 switch.
Hello All, I have an issue, where the MAC address of one of the interfaces on the CSS no longer shows up on the L2 switch's mac address table. The interfaces are bridged vlan's.
Because the switch does not see the mac address, connecting to the VIP's on the CSS does not work. The only way I can get the VIP's to work is to add a static MAC address to the switch's mac address table. Connecting to real server IP's works fine.
Has anyone seen this happen?
I've attached the configuration of both CSS and L2 switch and the output from the mac-address table on the switch before I addded the static mac address.
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