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How to set the MAC Addresses Cache Timeout?

AP1200 with IOS

Anyone know if you can set the cache timeout value for MAC addresses that has successfully been authenticated? My purpose is to reduce the number of queries to my Radius server and accelerate the roaming process.

I have 70 APs and 200+ devices. This produce a lot of MAC Address (and LEAP) authentication request to our Radius Server. I can reduce the number of LEAP request by using the new Fast Roaming feature of Cisco but I'm searching a way to also alleviate the MAC address authentication burden.

I've search every IOS commands but did not find anything. There should be a way to configure this.

Thanks for any clue.

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Re: How to set the MAC Addresses Cache Timeout?

How about "bridge aging-time"?

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