[Rack] Our managed switches

Jonathan Lassoff jof at thejof.com
Thu Apr 22 22:03:06 PDT 2010


Excerpts from Jonathan Lassoff's message of Thu Apr 22 10:16:32 -0700 2010:
> Excerpts from Rubin Abdi's message of Thu Apr 22 00:29:24 -0700 2010:
> > Jonathan Lassoff wrote, On 20100421 232728:
> > > Which port is being problematic?
> > 
> > Port 4 on Switch 3.
> 
> Ok, I enabled portfast on this port. What's connected? One of the
> touchscreens?
> 
> There's an old Toshiba MAC on the port.
>  
> > So I think all this is valid, but I feel like some things that we're
> > patching in should just be on a dummy switch like the one we had setup
> > before, i.e. not mission critical stuff such as drops going into class
> > rooms, the problematic touch panel, shit that could potentially get
> > rebooted often.
> 
> Fair enough. Next time I'm in, I'll set that dumb switch back up and
> uplink it to switch3.noise and enable port security on the port to
> prevent loops (it's a configurable limit on the number of MACs it'll
> learn out the port).

I configured "switch?.noise" that's hanging off of Fa0/3 on
switch3.noise.

The port security limit is 20 MACs.

--j


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