Anyone has experience in using IP source guard feature on Cat4500 switch?
When creating a static IP binding, only one single IP address can be used. What if I want to create a static binding for a range of IP addresses (ex: a subnet) for a specific port? Or is there any better way for the C4500/SUP4 to achieve the same function as uRPF to mitigate IP spoofing? Any good idea is appreciated because I don't want to create tens or hundreds of single-ip-address static binding in the config file.
Yes, if users allocate IP addresses using DHCP, there should be no problem. Unfortunately, they are not and they use fixed IP addresses. If the static binding configuration can work with ACL, that would be great. But don't know if Cisco has the roadmap to do so.
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