C4K-HOST-FLAPPING on Virtual Mac for Clustered Firewalls
We are getting a log entries every 10 to 15 secs on our Cat4006's with SUPIII's and IOS 12.1(8a)EW.
The error is reporting that MACs 00:00:00:00:FE:00 and 00:00:00:00:FE:01 are flapping between various interfaces.
We have traced these MACs back to the ports where our CheckPoint Cluster XL firewalls are connected, and beleive that the Active cluster node is advertising 00:00:00:00:FE:00 and the Passive cluster node is advertising 00:00:00:00:FE:01.
I believe the issue is being caused by the fact that we have multiple independant firewall clusters on the same VLAN, therefore we have two active firewalls (from different clusters) advertising the mac 00:00:00:00:FE:00.
Does the CAM tables track MACs per VLAN? Therefore if I moved these firewalls into different VLAN segments (but on the same switch) then this issue would be rectified? Or am I on the wrong track here?
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