I'm familiar with setting a static MAC address under a Cisco switch's individual interfaces. But there's another command (actually, a family of commands) at the global level. The one I'm interested in is:
mac address-table static xxxx.xxxxx.xxxx vlan y interface FastEthernet0/z
I'm not familiar with this command and what it does. How does it differ from setting the MAC address under the specific interface? Do they both do the same thing? Would you use them at the same time?
Thanks in advance.