Disabling mac-address sticky

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MAC address
Network security
Dear Sir, Is there any command to disable the mac-address sticky for all the ports or we have to remove them manually one by one.

ASKED: September 21, 2009  9:49 AM
UPDATED: March 20, 2010  6:10 AM

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If you are trying to remove the commands for Sticky on all ports at once in the exec configuration mode you would type: interface range (fa or gi for interface type)(card and/or slot number/port number) (space) (dash) – (space)(then the last port number only). For an fast ethernet switch with 24 ports it would look something like this:
interface range fa0/1 – 24 this will allow you to type a command once for all 24 ports but if you have fast ethernet and gigabit you will have to do the fast ethernet range and then a gigabit range. Hope this helps.

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  • CRagsdale32
    I believe he's trying to remove the sticky MAC address as set by the port security on a switch. And right at this second the instructions elude me completely.
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  • EDitED
    no switchport port-security mac-address sticky
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