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Port security

Hello. I have hopefully an easy question. I am implementing port security on our switches. I tested it out in our lab on a 3524 with 12.0(5)XU. It works fine and send snmp traps when I violate the security with a differant mac address. My question is... How do I reset the security reject count? Also, when the policy gets violated and the trap gets sent out, should it say that there was a security violation or just that the port is down. My snmp manager just shows that the port went down. Thanks in advance for your help. - Denis

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Re: Port security

try

clear port-security dynamic

regards

asim

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Re: Port security

I tried that. It wouldn't take it. Any other ideas? Thanks, Denis

Re: Port security

Hi,

When there is a security violation the switch should send a 'security violation occurred' trap and not a port down message. You may have the security violation action set to shutdown the port. If you do then change the action to trap, which is the default setting.

I don't know of a command on a 3500 XL switch that would reset the sec-rej-count counter.

HTH

Sundar

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