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  • 1.  6300M

    Posted Sep 23, 2021 10:34 PM


      I'm new to Aruba and trying to wrap my head around port security on my new 6300m switches. In the past I was able to define port access by MAC address on my old switches. How do I do this with Aruba 6300m? Do I need a clearpass server? 


    Elijah Baltierra

  • 2.  RE: 6300M
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    Posted Oct 11, 2021 09:38 PM
    You can configure traditional port-security on the 6300M. All the usual commands fall under the 'port-access port-security' config within the interface:

    Aruba-6300M-CORE-Switch# conf t
    Aruba-6300M-CORE-Switch(config)# int 1/1/2
    Aruba-6300M-CORE-Switch(config-if)# port-access port-security ?
    client-limit       Define number of authorized address on the port.
    disable             Disable port-security on the port
    enable              Enable port-security on the port
    mac-address   Configure to authorize the client on the port.
    sticky-learn      Configure sticky learning on the port.

    Scott Nyer