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This might seem silly but I can't find the MAC address table in my Cisco ASR1001. Look:

#sh mac?
macdb  

#sh macdb

                      Software MAC database

It must be another command, but I can't find it. Google didn't help.

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    More information would be helpful to give you the answer applying to your situation. What features are you using on the router and what mac-addresses are you expecting to see? – cpt_fink Mar 18 '15 at 2:42
  • I am interested to know about #show macdb as well. This command is not publicly documented. – sdaffa23fdsf Feb 5 '16 at 9:04
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It's a router not a switch, so no MAC table is needed.

Instead, the ARP table--show ip arp--may be what you want.

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    Unsure why this is downvoted, since this is exactly the correct answer unless you are using bridge-domains/L2 transport as in Mike's answer. – cpt_fink Mar 18 '15 at 2:41
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Use show bridge-domain [bridge-domain-number]...

RTI-MPLS-SAB-01#show bridge-domain 4010
Bridge-domain 4010 (3 ports in all)
State: UP                    Mac learning: Enabled
Aging-Timer: 300 second(s)
    BDI4010  (up)
    GigabitEthernet0/0/4 service instance 4010
    vfi OCTEY neighbor 10.23.32.79 11
   AED MAC address    Policy  Tag       Age  Pseudoport
   0   0024.E64F.9A87 forward dynamic   292  GigabitEthernet0/0/4.EFP4010
   -   881D.F3D4.293F to_bdi  static    0    BDI4093
   0   0022.1A5F.166B forward dynamic   279  GigabitEthernet0/0/4.EFP4010
   1   FFFF.FFFF.FFFF flood   static    0    OLIST_PTR:0x2edad820
   -   0000.0007.AC01 to_bdi  static    0    BDI4010
   0   001B.2C3F.EDA8 forward dynamic   286  GigabitEthernet0/0/4.EFP4010

If they are secured... show bridge-domain [bridge-domain-number] mac security address...

Router# show bridge-domain 730 mac security address
Port                  MAC Address       Type      Rem. Age(min)
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 1    0001.0001.0001    static    74      
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 1    0001.0001.0002    static    74      
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 1    0001.0001.aaaa    dynamic   74      
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 1    0001.0001.aaab    dynamic   74      
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.0002    static    -       
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.0003    static    -       
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.0004    static    -       
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.aaaa    dynamic   -       
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.bbbb    dynamic   -       
Gi1/0/0 ServInst 2    0002.0002.cccc    dynamic   - 
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