I've tried to run a wireshark and i noticed that there is one host that sending broadcast arp. When i find which device it is, i found out that its the mac-address of the SVI interface of Core_Switch. Is this normal? Any suggestion is much appreciated.
You could connect your PC running wireshark on a dedicated port and use the span feature to have a copy of each IP packets received from any L3 interfaces except the one where there are the ARP request
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