Questions tagged [port-security]

Port security is a technique for securing switchports by restricting inrgess traffic by limiting the MAC addresses that are allowed to send traffic into the port.

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PVLANs/Port isolation in IPv6 networks

We're currently using port isolation to prevent communication between computers on the same vlan and use client isolation on our guest wifi. The reason for having this enabled is to prevent unwanted ...
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MAC ACL and Network Security

My company wanted to prevent rogue PCs from being connected to our network as our server room was shared between us and our clients in one of our sites. Network access was allowed only for our company ...
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How an MKA key server decides if it shall use MACSec and how it announce that?

According to IEEE 802.1X-2010 the standard for defining MACSec Key agreement protocol Clause 9.6, that's how the key-server decides to use MACSec or no. Each participant advertises whether it is ...