set maclock 11-11-11-11-11-11 ge.1.1 enable


Hello,

I wonder that can we do this command in new Extreme Networks Switch.

Is there any way to set the mac on given port.

Thanks
Best Regards

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Userlevel 5
Erhan,

There is no way to manually set the MAC address on an XOS switch. The switch has one MAC for all ports.

Bill
Userlevel 6
There is such a locking mechanism for inbound ports on some EOS switches, which switch product are you refering to?
I am refering to x440

Thanks
Userlevel 7
Hi Erhan,

MAC-locking has been added in EXOS 15.7. The equivalent command in EXOS is below.

configure mac-locking ports 1 static enable station 11:11:11:11:11:11[/code]
MAC locking will also need to be enabled globally, and on a per port level:

enable mac-locking
enable mac-locking ports 1[/code]
You can find more information on MAC locking in EXOS in the EXOS User Guide, in the "Configuring MAC Locking" section.

-Brandon
Userlevel 6
Erhan,

I believe you are referring to the MAC Address Locking feature. This was recently added in EXOS 15.7. The equivalent EXOS configuration would be the following:

enable mac-locking
enable mac-locking port 1
configure mac-locking port 1 static add station 11:11:11:11:11:11 #Note this particular MAC address will not work as it is a multicast MAC
configure mac-locking ports 1 static limit-learning 1 #Only allows one static entry to be added to the port[/code]
For more details on MAC Locking you may want to take a look at the 15.7 User Guide starting on page 873.

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