sge2010p switch stack not adding mac addresses to cam table
recently changed stp to rstp to attempt to resolve a root bridge convergence issue which seems to have aggrevated another problem - unicast flooding. I am trying to determine if there is a bug in the SGE2010p, a loop in the network or a spanning tree issue which is causing these switches to go into unicast flooding and not stop unless the switches are reloaded. A packet capture reveals unicast flooding on the switches in the stack which are not adding new mac addresses to the table and unicast flodding for destination macs thata re in the table. Placing the switch in debug mode in that past caused some of the switches in the stack to reload so I am reluctant to enable debug. Any assistance would be appreciated.
Message was edited by: JACQUELINE ALLEN
This problem was resolved by upgrading the switch firmware and reconfiguring the stack.
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