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Sticky Mac Address

Hey guys.

 

I recently started working for a company that has sticky macs configured on their switches. I need to replace a computer so I need to delete old sticky and make a new one.

Somehow I am stuck because when I try to search for the old MAC, it shows port Po1. How do I find what interface is Po1 connected to and delete the old sticky mac?

 

Thank you

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Hello barina001By using the

Hello barina001

By using the below command you can clear the sticky mac address:

clear port-security sticky interface interface_name WORD

 

Regards,
Mukesh Kumar
Network Engineer
Spooster IT Services

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Hello barina001There will be

Hello barina001

There will be etherchannel(Po1) configured on your switch. And the old mac address is learn on that etherchannel that is why it is showing the port Po1. The port security would be enabled on those interfaces which are added to the etherchannel.

For further clerification, can you please share the config?

 

Regards,
Mukesh Kumar
Network Engineer
Spooster IT Services

Community Member

Thank you for your reply.I

Thank you for your reply.

I attached running-config from the switch.

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