What are the differences between static MAC addresses and sticky MAC addresses

Both types of media access control (MAC) addresses are saved as static MAC addresses on devices. However, static MAC addresses and sticky MAC addresses have difference origins. Static MAC addresses are created manually, while sticky MAC addresses are converted from valid dynamic MAC addresses after the sticky MAC address is enabled on an interface.
Static MAC addresses and sticky MAC addresses are stored on an AR and are not aged.
Static MAC addresses are manually configured, and sticky MAC addresses are converted by dynamic MAC addresses when the sticky MAC function is enabled on an AR.
Static MAC addresses and sticky MAC addresses are stored on an AR and are not aged.
Static MAC addresses are manually configured, and sticky MAC addresses are converted by dynamic MAC addresses when the sticky MAC function is enabled on an AR.

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