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802.1X Pass-through

802.1X Pass-through

802.1X Pass-through

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I am running 6.3 with a 9611G running 6.8102 connected to a cisco switch.
The issue I am having is when the user disconnects their laptop from the phone and tries to connect in a conference room they get an unidentified network error. The issue is the phone is not releasing the users mac address. in talking to Cisco they are telling me the phone needs to be set for 802.1x pass through.
I checked the 46xxsettings and verified the DOT1X is set to 1 which is pass through enable

RE: 802.1X Pass-through

Do you have the following setting set on your cisco switches?
authentication mac-move permit

RE: 802.1X Pass-through

It might also be worth it to reboot the phone set and monitor it coming back up to make sure it is using the most current 46xxsettings file.

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