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How to do the Cisco 'ip sticky-arp' command in a Brocade/Foundry device and how does it operate?

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I recently discovered the 'ip sticky-arp' command in Cisco devices. However, I have a mesh network of Cisco/Foundry (Brocade) devices and do not know how to implement a similiar command for Foundry devices.

I would also like to know more regarding the operation of 'ip sticky-arp'. I imagine it does not release IP-MAC associations in the mac-address table until the source mac comes from a different port and then the switch annotates the change. However, I have heard something regarding Layer 3 ports do not operate in the same manner and switching devices on that Layer 3 port could cause a problem if 'ip sticky-arp' is applied to them.

Any information would be greatly apprecaited. Thank you.
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