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TitleS-Series 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port syslog message
Question
What does this syslog message mean and where is that comming from.
<165>Jul  8 12:55:34 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port ge.1.44, FID 1
<165>Jul  8 12:55:52 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port lag.0.1, FID 1
<165>Jul  8 12:56:32 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port ge.1.44, FID 1
<165>Jul  8 12:56:51 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port lag.0.1, FID 1
Environment
  • S-Series
  • K-Series
  • 7100
  • Syslog
  • EXOS
  • EDP
Answer
  1. S-Series logging MAC addresses moving in SAT/FDB if "movedaddrtrap" function is enabled.
  2. EXOS per default config has EDP (Extreme Discovery Protocol) enabled on all ports
  3. EDP use on all switches the same source MAC address 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 which in point 1. S-Series alert
How to stop that MAC moving on S-Series:
configure an L2 ACL for the EDP to block the packet on the ingress port and vlan which is the FID.
SSA-100-BB(su)->show running-config
configure terminal
!
 l2 access-list no-EDP
  deny host 00-e0-2b-00-00-01 any vlan 1
  permit any any
  exit
!
 interface vlan.0.1
  ip address 192.168.224.100 255.255.255.0 primary management
  l2 access-group no-EDP in
  no shutdown
  exit

<165>Jul  8 12:55:34 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port ge.1.44, FID 1
<165>Jul  8 12:55:52 192.168.224.100 AddrNtfy[1]MAC: 00-E0-2B-00-00-01 moved to port lag.0.1, FID 1

How to stop that EDP sending on the EXOS switch:
Disable the EDP function on the downlink to the switch which reporting the message.
Slot-1 x670.2 # show configuration edp
#
# Module edp configuration.
#
disable edp ports 1:1
disable edp ports 1:2
disable edp ports 1:3
disable edp ports 1:4
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