We are using an extreme x450 switch as an access switch with pretty much basic configuration. I observed that the arp table on this switch had many entries that wasn't needed there. In the EXOS user guide, i came across ARP Learning which is enabled by default. From it I understood that the extreme switch builds its own ARP table also by observing the arp request and replies that are passing through it and not actually destined/originating to/from it. Have i understood it right?? And could that be reason of the unusually large arp-table that i see? Any help is appreciated as I'm "extremely" new to EXOS environment.