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Cisco Port Security-hub on access port`

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#1 waldobriggs


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Posted 30 April 2014 - 10:24 AM

Hey guys,

I have a middle size county government network using Cisco 3750's as closet access switches.  I want a notification or to be able to identify when a user connects a hub or switch to an access port as that is against our policy.  Recently a vendor installed a 'printer' at a remote site.  When I checked, the vendor had installed a hub on the port and had two PC's, a printer, and an access point all installed.  I do not want to turn on port security as that seems like a nightmare to manage, but I want to be able to detect when a user, inside or outside, installs a hub on an access port.





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