I have 2x 6509 at the core with one of the cores connecting to a 2950 edge switch (each cores have 2 MSFC's). I am getting the below error message
1y37w: %STANDBY-3-DUPADDR: Duplicate address 10.44.228.164 on Vlan70, sourced by 0009.b7c8.4a01
I have checked the MAC address and it looks like it is port 1 of the 2950 switch (nothing is connected into this and I have also shut the interface down)
We have loads of 3500 series edge switches and I don't get any error messages from the MSFC's.
The version I am running
6509 - 5.5(6) CatOS
MSFC - 12.1(2)E
2950 - 12.1(6)EA2a
Any ideas - could it be OS levels?
when it is on the 2950 use the command:
This will give you a mac-table with the interface on which this mac was seen.
The same command works also on the 3524.
It is not likely that the ip address belongs to an interface if you have not explicitly configured it. So you will have to find the offending device.
With the command above, this should be possible within a relatively short time. Good hunting!
Thanks for the idea.
I have tried that and the mac address is not in the list on the 2950.
I have noticed that when I look on the log on the 2950 that the fa interfaces goes down and up frequently
I have exactly the same problem with the same hardware and software versions.
I ,ve connect an sniffer and i can see that active router is multicasting two hellos with ¡virtual mac add!. and nother two hellos with ¡2950´s port 1 mac address! each three seconds.
And backup router is multicasting two hellos whith itself burned mac add and another two hellos with the ¡same! 2950´s port 1 mac address ?¡
This morning i,ve shutdown the port one of that 2950 but the problem persists
we need more ideas.
Search for my post "STANDBY-3-DUPADDR not sourced by HSRP process", first posted on October 11. Same problem - it was the IOS release on the 3550 access switches that caused the trouble; we've had the same (12.1) that you guys are using.