How to prevent MAC Flapping when using Flex Connect Access points?
I have multiple access points connected to the same switch, on the same vlan. The access points are in Flex connect mode so they are dropping the traffic to the local switch port. As the clients roam from one AP to the next, their MAC address moves from one port to the next (on the same switch). This makes sense and is working by design.
- I am getting MAC flapping messages in the switches log. Currently the Global aging time is set to 300 on the switch.
- Is it recommended to leave the aging time along and ignore the messages in the log? or is it recommended to decrease the aging time to accommodate the moving MACs in this design with the Flex Connect APs?
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