Re: How do you find the mac address for the Standby Supervisor
I checked and was unable to come up with a display on the MDS that shows the standby's MAC. I did a system switchover and confirmed that each sup has it's own MAC.
You could look at the CAM table on the ethernet switch that the standby sup is attached to. If it's a Cisco switch 'show mac-addr table' I think is the command. Tou may have to unplug and re-plug the cable to populate the CAM table.
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