For some reason the Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 4 seems to be a little buggy OR I have not configured something correctly.
I have 4 Gb NICs and I team 3 of them to make a virtual adaptor...
NIC_1 - mac: 180373f039c8 - ip: n/a (disabled) - TEAMED - NIC_2 - mac: 180373f039ca - ip: TEAMED (VIRTUAL_NIC) NIC_3 - mac: 180373f039cc - ip: TEAMED (VIRTUAL_NIC) NIC_4 - mac: 180373f039ce - ip: TEAMED (VIRTUAL_NIC) VIRTUAL_NIC - mac: 180373f039ca - ip: 10.71.1.4
Now on my ASA5505 I get the following error all the time.
Received ARP request collision from 10.71.1.4/1803.73f0.39ca on interface servers with existing ARP entry 10.71.1.4/1803.73f0.39cc
Seems to me that IP address 10.71.1.4 should always be connected/associated with MAC 180373f039ca (the first NIC in the team). For some reason it's changing from packet to packet... OR at least randomly sometimes.