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WS-C3560E - IOS 15.0(2)SE ->AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE

I have upgraded the IOS on our WS-C3560E to versjon IOS 15.0(2)SE.

Ports GI0/36 and Gi0/37 are connected to a 1712 router.

After the IOS upgrade of the 3560 I keep getting errormessages:

    03:24:34: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (0011.9269.05e3) from Gi0/36 to Gi0/37

I found info on the errormessage:

     Error Message    AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE, MSGDEF_LIMIT_MEDIUM: [chars] MAC address 
     ([enet]) from [chars] to [chars]

          Explanation    There was an authenticated move on the old IDB. The first [chars] is slow or fast, the second [chars] is the source interface name, the third [chars] is the destination interface name, and [enet] is the MAC address.

          Recommended Action    No action is required.

If no action is required, how do I get rid of the error message? It keeps comming all the time...

Regards,

Torleif

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WS-C3560E - IOS 15.0(2)SE ->AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE

Hi Torleif,

Did you ever have any luck getting rid of these messages?

I just upgraded a WS-C2960S to version 15.0(2)SE and have started logging the same messages.

Searching and only found what you show above, "No action is required" but I would like to get these under control. :-)

Have multiple VLANs off C2960S to 6509 and logging many messages. Might go back to 15.0(1)SE3 just to stop these.

thanks!

jim

Nov 19 07:57:48.441 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/48 to Gi1/0/45

Nov 19 07:57:53.480 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/45 to Gi1/0/47

Nov 19 07:57:58.592 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/45 to Gi1/0/47

Nov 19 07:58:03.667 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/45 to Gi1/0/48

Nov 19 07:58:08.701 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/45 to Gi1/0/47

Nov 19 07:58:13.750 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/47 to Gi1/0/45

Nov 19 07:58:18.752 EST: %AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE: (fast) MAC address (000f.35df.2400) from Gi1/0/45 to Gi1/0/47

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WS-C3560E - IOS 15.0(2)SE ->AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE

Hi Jim,

I was not able to get rid of the messages...

Regards,

Torleif

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WS-C3560E - IOS 15.0(2)SE ->AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE

FYI,

Looks like a bug, doing  'no authentication mac-move'  is work around to stop the messages.

best!

jim

Cisco Employee

"AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE"

"AUTHMGR-4-UNAUTH_MOVE" messages are generally seen when same mac address being present on 2 interfaces. Depending on the movement/succession of the MAC address it will be categories as slow/fast. Configuring 'no authentication mac-move permit' should stop the messages.
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