do you have connectivity to your servers from the FWSM? Can you ping them? How did you setup your FWSM. in which VLANs are your servers? Are the servers reachable by the clients? Are you sure you are not bypassing the FWSM?
A device only needs MAC addresses (and hence, ARP entries) for other devices to which it is connected at Layer 2. For example, if there are two devices connected to a switch and within the same VLAN, they need to use ARP to determine each other's MAC addresses. If the devices need to communicate through a Layer 3 device, they only need to know the MAC address of the gateway device's interface to them.
That's fine Paresh .i know it very well. What actually i meant was an L2/L3 will show all the arp entries in a clustered switching environment or will it show only the adjacent interfaces ARP resolution when we use
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