I have a Cisco 3550 installed. I'm using IP and MAC access-lists. The IP Access-lists are working like they should. However the MAC Access-list seams to have issues with applications.
The mac access-list are setup to allow traffic from a couple of MAC Addresses to a single MAC Address. The mac access-list is then added to the FastEthernet interface.
Pings and normal file access don't seem to have issues with the mac access-list, however any program that pulls data from the server across that mac access-list will time out after about 10 minutes of sitting ilde. I've changed the mac-access-list aging-time to 0 to disable it. However the problems still persist.
Can anyone shed some light on why this is happening?
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