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I am deploying 802.1x and the command access-session template monitor was in a best practices configuration I came across. I placed this command on a C3560CX 8 port switch and it caused the switch to turn on IP Device Tracking on the trunk port immediately. A show ip device tracking before entering the access-session template monitor command, showed a couple of devices. Afterwards, the show ip device tracking command displayed hundreds within seconds. Has anybody ran across this? Can anybody explain this?
I entered commands in 1 at a time and ran the show ip device tracking all command after each one so I know that command caused the issue. I can even remove that command, and the show ip device tracking all removes all of the entries immediately.
I look forward to any response.
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Hi, in some of guides there was best practice command on trunk port:
ip device tracking maximum 0
a little bit late, but i hope it will help. i am using a template and enroll it on the uplink interface (9400 Switches)
the "device-role switch" cut all MAC addresses on the
device-tracking policy device_tracking_uplink
no protocol udp