That is the generic setup we do for our switches. This is my first time really using port-security, and we're getting users calling in when they decide to switch ports on us, so I would say it's working effectively.
My question is: Is there a way to view or tftp the log for a particular switch that has a port in err-disabled and have it tell me what unique MAC address *tried* to connect to the port?
Rephrased: How can I see the non-sticky MAC address that put the port in "err-disabled."
Sorry if my wording is hard to understand. It makes sense in my head 8)
I guess the best thing for me to do is setup a syslog server and have the switches log to them.
Which security level would pertain to those err-disable messages? Warnings (4) or Notifications (5). I would like to keep the log traffic at a minimum, so I would guess one of these levels would suffice for me.
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