I have an SF-300-24 port switch and am having an issue.
When a device says "Who has 192.168.0.1" (which is the default gateway) two devices are replying in the affirmative, and therefor the MAC address table is getting screwed up.
I know the correct MAC address of 192.168.0.1 is 00:1b:21:95:02:b0, so how do I tell the router to disgard any packets that say otherwise? I tried to figure out DHCP snooping and IP source guard, and ARP Inspection, but I am not getting anywhere and keep losing connectivity to the switch.
Seems that this should be simple, any help is much appreciated! Obviously a device on the network is misconfigured, unfortunately it is a large wireless network and the misconfigured device is 30 miles away on the top of a mountain. I am hoping to bandaid it locally and then eventually go out and fix the offending equipment.
Hi Ryan, when you set the arp inspection, you need to specify the mac address to be trusted or make the entire interface trusted. If you do not specify your computer mac as trusted, the switch will 'black list' your mac and you will no longer connect to any port.
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Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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