The switchports are configured to all 3 mac addresses. 1 for the computer on the data network, 1 for the phone on the voice network, and 1 for the phone on the data network, the phones shows up on both vlans and requires 2 MAC address. If you move the phones around, you will have problems. Hopefully, that makes some sense. This is for physical port security of the switch.
I fully understand the feature and how it is supposed to work. Thing is from the day we deployed, not a single phone got unplugged, etc... the ports just went dead to the phones. If we took the phones out of the loop, the computers worked fine. This happened close to immediately after upgrading to 7.0.4 and CCA 2.2. As part of these upgrades we also used Smartports in CCA to define 5 ports for Access Points.
Now that I have manually turned off the traffic control, will anything in CCA reconfigure these ports on us? I can't have this breaking for the client as this goes into production. If I do a save configuration to the devices is that going to cause problems.
Overall this really seems like some sort of bug somewhere.
Saving the configs should not be a problem. Can you tell me what software pack you were running when you did the upgrade? I will forward this along to some test engineers to see if they can recreate the problem.
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