Permanent blocks fail on some IOS devices.
FBI uses the status 'permanent' (as defined in the BRIDGE-MIB::dot1dStaticStatus column) to request a MAC filter in a switch.
Some switches running Cisco IOS will reject the 'permanent' request with a error value "wrongValue(10)". The reason for
the rejection is that FBI does not have sufficient privilege to modify the non-volatile RAM in the device. Using the status
'deleteOnReset' will be successful on these devices.
1) Configure all switches to allow FBI to use status 'permanent' when requesting a block.
2) Add code to FBI to "fall back" to use 'deleteOnReset' when 'permanent' fails.
Add a routine to the new CIA poller that collects the contents of the dot1dStaticTable for all switches and compares
to the FBI list of blocks. If an FBI block doesn't exist in the device MIB, then FBI would request a new block.